Daily MCAT CARS Practice - Jack Westin

Every year millions of Americans (no one knows exactly how many) volunteer to be human subjects in medical research that compares a new treatment with an old one—or when there […]

Great philosophy is not always easy. Some philosophers – Kant, Hegel, Heidegger – write in a way that seems almost perversely obscure. Others – Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Wittgenstein – adopt an […]

The basic moral question—could you kill one infant to save millions of lives?—is essentially a more dramatic version of the trolley problem, a thought experiment whereby a person must choose […]

MCAT CARS Practice

Do your best to obtain the main points from each MCAT CARS practice passage you read, and try to read multiple consecutive MCAT CARS practice passages — simulating 2017 MCAT […]