One of the biggest challenges that students have in the MCAT CARS Exam is answering questions. Getting a high MCAT Score in CARS, and getting high MCAT Scores in general are among the biggest challenges in medical school admissions.
In our last blog post we talked about how to approach questions in general and how to analyze “Support Questions”. Let’s now take a look at “Weaken or Contradict” questions.
Let’s begin by reviewing the basic rules that apply to all questions:
Rule #1: 90% of getting the right answer is understanding the question fully. Again, that might seem kind of obvious, but one of the biggest causes of not getting the right answer is missing a single word in a question that can completely change it’s meaning. In order to make sure that you really understand every part of the question and what it’s asking you to do, you can follow these steps:Read More