2014 год. Princeton Review The MCAT is a critical part of the medical school admission process, and it tests more than just knowledge of basic physical and biological sciences. Test-takers need to know absolutely everything, from amino acids and proteins to translational motion to verbal reasoning and more. Princeton Review's Complete MCAT will help students review the necessary content with in-depth coverage of all subjects tested on the exam. This edition is designed to entirely reflect the new exam, including the new Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills and Psychological, Social and Biological Foundations of Behavior sections that will be on the MCAT beginning in 2015.