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Any AAMC practice tests out of date? (because should no longer have alkene rxns)

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by hellocubed, 04.24.12.

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  1. hellocubed

    hellocubed

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    I was wondering if any of the available AAMC official practice tests were currently out of date.

    I ask because the current MCAT no longer has

    -Electrophillic additions
    -Benzene reactions
    -Alkene reactions
     
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  3. thelight02

    thelight02 5+ Year Member

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    how do you know they don't have those reactions?
     
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    brandonh4 5+ Year Member

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    Magic
     
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    dxu the great one 10+ Year Member

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    Check out the AAMC content outlines on the website. They give you a solid idea of what can show up on the MCAT.
     
  6. hellocubed

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    It is noted on the AAMC content outlines, the Princeton Review, and the Berkeley Review that these types of questions will no longer be presented.
     

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