The MCAT CARS Podcast
Summary: The CARS section of the MCAT gives thousands of premeds nightmares every night. Whether you're an ESL student, lack confidence while reading, or are a slow reader like me, Jack Westin and the Medical School Headquarters are here to help you score higher in every section so that you can be confident you are ready to get the MCAT score of your dreams.
The advent of podcasts offered listeners the opportunity to have thoughts without having to think. But is that a good thing? Let's discuss!
In this MCAT CARS passage about planets, pandemics, and unpredictability, we investigate the subtle nuances that bring long, mundane passages to life.
Some of the smartest machines on earth can't tell you what would happen if you dropped a match on a stack of logs—so, are they really that smart? Let's discuss!
In this MCAT CARS passage, we investigate what it is about our nostalgia for Vines from the past that endures in a world driven by novelty and innovation.
How should you approach MCAT CARS passages about random topics? We analyze a passage about rebel botanists to show you how to uncover the point of the passage.
The AAMC just dropped a BOMB on the premed world — a shorter MCAT. What does this mean for you? How should you go about studying? And more! Don't miss it!
Easy CARS passages are often accompanied by tough questions. We'll show you how to interpret the author's message and what types of questions you might expect.
Are scary stories little more than folktales and urban legends told in the dark? How has folklore contributed to the rise in their popularity? Let's dive in!
Using our CARS skills, Jack Westin and I tackle this TOUGH practice passage and learn about how social physics can be used to predict human behavior. Join us!
What kinds of emotions do animals feel? Are they similar to human emotions? How should we address personal biases when answering CARS questions? Let's discuss!
Using our CARS skills, we'll look at the cultural significance and history of first words. What types of questions might students see from this passage?
When so much of what we are told about diet, health, and weight loss is inconsistent and contradictory, can we believe any of it? Follow along and find out.
This MCAT CARS passage looks at the history of mirrors and the intangible power they hold over us. Follow along in the show notes!
Can we save the planet by switching to a four-day workweek? The author of today's MCAT CARS practice passage thinks so! Follow along and decide for yourself.
How much control do we really have over what new desires we acquire? Follow with this great MCAT CARS practice passage as we investigate.