The MCAT tests more than just specific subject knowledge in biology, chemistry, and physics. In order to conquer this test, you'll also need strong problem-solving and critical-thinking skills, and the Princeton Review's "MCAT Verbal Reasoning Review" will help
The Verbal Reasoning section of the test is designed to see how well you can comprehend, evaluate, and apply information that you read. The methods and strategies in this book will help you:
- Learn the six steps of working through passages and questions
- Become an active reader with annotating, mapping, and other time-saving strategies
- Identify and conquer twelve different question types.