The CARS section contains 9 passages and 53 questions that must be completed in 90 minutes.
This section covers topics not generally studied by premedical students. All necessary information is given in 500–600 word passages, from which the student is expected to make inferences and draw conclusions in order to answer the related questions.
It measures your ability to read critically, understand vocabulary and concepts, evaluate the reasoning of an argument, and apply the information to new situations. It includes passages from social sciences and humanities, but it does not test specific, factual subject matter in those areas.
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