That’s a search phrase I suspect you’ll be getting very interested in, and you’ll get interested in this very soon.
Let’s pretend you’re a college freshman.
If you’re on a traditional timeline, you’ll start to study for the MCAT in your junior year … fall of 2014, whereupon you’ll discover that the MCAT is about to change and, in my humble opinion, med school prereqs will change, too.
In addition to the hard science prereqs we all know about, my crystal ball says that med schools will begin to require classes in psychology, sociology, and research methods. I’ll keep watch and see if my predictions come true — and I’ll let you know here.
So hang on to your hats, freshmen … you are the guinea pigs for the New MCAT.
Psst. The MCAT is going from about 4 hours to about 7.