The MCAT CARS Podcast
By Ryan Gray, MD of Meded Media and Jack Westin
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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.
||Clean4: Critically Thinking Through a Dry Passage about a Book||Our article this week, from Slate, was a hard one to follow for me. Follow along with the article in the show notes and see how well you understand the author.||11/14/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean3: MCAT CARS Skills—Quantum Computers in a Hot Tub||Session 03 This week we break down another great article, this time from Gizmodo, about quantum computers. Read along in the show notes to improve your MCAT CARS score. Link to the full article: ...||11/7/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean2: MCAT CARS Passage Skills—Times Article Breakdown||Session 02 The first MCAT CARS Podcast breaking down an article sentence by sentence to help you better understand what you're reading to improve your MCAT CARS score. Link to the full article: http://time.com/5405778/walking-after-eating-good-for-you..||10/31/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1: Welcome to the MCAT CARS Podcast with Jack Westin||Session 01 The MCAT CARS Podcast is here to help you maximize your MCAT score, not just your CARS score. Learning good CARS techniques will help you improve everywhere. The CARS section of the MCAT gives nightmare to thousands of premeds every night....||10/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Jack Westin is revolutionary - Before we discovered Jack, we spent a tremendous amount of time and energy struggling to get through a single MCAT CARS passage. Over time, we had built bad habits including going back to the passage for each question and failing to grasp the main idea. After speaking with Jack, we not only learned to break negative habits, but we began to build a positive mindset to our approach to MCAT CARS. Believe it or not, we began to put ourselves in the authors' shoes and genuinely began enjoying reading, what others may consider, extremely dull, boring passages. We would highly recommend listening to this podcast, and similar to us, you too will learn to enjoy doing passages just like we did!
P.S. Jack, you are a blast!