NEW FOR MCAT 2015! Get everything you need to ace the new Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior section on the updated MCAT exam.
The MCAT is being entirely overhauled in 2015—and students planning on taking the test after January 2015 will need to prepare for a longer, tougher exam. The Princeton Review's MCAT PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY REVIEW is designed specifically for those test-takers. It features:
Everything You Need to Know For a High Score: · In-depth coverage of the challenging psychology and sociology topics on the brand-new Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior section · Bulleted chapter summaries for quick review · Full-color illustrations, diagrams, and tables · An extensive glossary for handy reference · Strategic guidance and effective test-taking techniques
More Practice Than Ever: · 3 full-length practice tests online · End-of-chapter practice questions · MCAT-style practice passages
In MCAT PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY REVIEW, you'll gain mastery of topics like: · MCAT 2015 Basics · Biological Foundations of Behavior · Interacting with the Environment · Personality, Motivation, Attitudes, and Psychological Disorders · Self-Identity and Group Identity · Social Structure · Psychology and Sociology Strategy for the MCAT · Learning, Memory, and Behavior · Statistics and Research Methods And more!
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MCAT Psychology and Sociology Review by The Princeton Review