MCAT - PSYCHOLOGICAL, SOCIAL AND BIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIOR

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Psychological, Social and biological foundations of behavior
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Breaking Down P/S:

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Length

This section is also 95 minutes long and has 59 questions that are a combination of passage-based and discrete questions.

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Coverage

It tests psychology, sociology, and related biological content. (Be sure to check out our free, in-depth Psych/Soc outline for in-depth definitions, visuals, and resource references.)

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Subjects

Psychology subjects vary from perception and cognition, learning and behavior, to mental illness. Sociology subjects broaden this perspective to examine the relationships between individuals in and with families, organizations, cultures, religions, and society. 

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Support

Whether it's mastering the Psych/Soc content or managing your own testing-related anxiety, we'll make sure you're as well-prepared as possible to excel come test day.

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Additional Information

First-semester psychology and sociology are recommended to prepare for this section.  In time, schools will likely adjust their curricula to be sure to cover the topics on the MCAT2015.  For the time being, these courses likely will not cover all that is considered "fair game" for the MCAT.  Likewise, if you did not take these courses, we can help you learn what you need to know in order to excel on the Psych/Soc section come test day.

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