The questions in the natural, behavioral, and social sciences sections illustrate how you’ll apply your knowledge of the ten Foundational Concepts and use your Scientific Inquiry and Reasoning skills to solve problems. Some questions also rely on information presented in tables, charts, or graphs. The Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills section tests how well you comprehend, analyze, and evaluate what you read; draw inferences from text; and apply arguments and ideas to new situations.
The passage for each example provides the context for the following questions. After each question, you’ll also find the correct answer along with an explanation that refers to the Foundational Concepts and skills tested.
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These 12 questions are included in the Practice with Exam Features tool, which mimics the look and feel of the MCAT exam. Access the Practice with Exam Features tool along with other free resources through the MCAT Official Prep Hub. Sign in using your AAMC username and password.