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MCAT mnemonics

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by the_fella, 09.28.14.

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    Here's a site I found for MCAT mnemonics.


    Some of them are a bit unwieldy, but you may find others helpful.

    I don't like their technique for nucleotides. I learned it as: CYtosine and ThYmine are PYrimadines. Both contain Y. And Uracil replaces Thymine in RNA, so it is also a pyrimadine. The rest are purines.

    Idk. Just though this might help someone.
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