Ask any premed student what they fear most and the answer will always be the MCAT, or Medical College Admission Test. After 25 years, the MCAT is being revised, becoming longer (by three hours) and covering a broader range of topics than simply chemistry, physics, and biology. One-quarter of the new test covers “psychology, sociology and the biological foundations of behavior.” More specifically, students will be tested on “social inequality, class consciousness, racial and ethnic identity, institutionalized racism and discrimination, and power, privilege and prestige.”
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