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Any AAMC practice tests out of date?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, Apr 24, 2012.

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  1. hellocubed


    Jul 9, 2011
    I was wondering if any of the available AAMC official practice tests were currently out of date.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

    Mar 22, 2011
    how do you know they don't have those reactions?
  4. brandonh4

    brandonh4 5+ Year Member

    Jun 14, 2011
  5. dxu

    dxu the great one 10+ Year Member

    Mar 7, 2006
    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


    Jul 9, 2011
    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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