Some high-yield MCAT topics that are particularly vexing

Note: it’s best to start with an understanding of how to attack MCAT passages before worrying about content. If you got an “A” or “B” in your premed courses, you are ready for timed practice. Once you’re finishing on time, then you can worry about the content needed to crack 130 on the science subsections.

I realize the general consensus is that there is no such thing as “low-yield” on the MCAT. It’s true in many ways because you’re just not sure what mix of topics will show up on your exam. Preparing for CARS (analyzing difficult…