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April 7 MCAT

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by MedNet, Apr 9, 2007.

  1. MedNet

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    Were there too many calculations? Can anyone provide any info on how the Phy section was?
     
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    I don't remember any tough number crunching. Mostly simple calculations and being able to predict the effect of changes in variables on certain relationships. I would say there were no real surprises here but pleasant ones. In fact, I don't think I even remember a question testing circuits, which was one of the few areas I was really concerned about.

    I do remember quite a bit of wave and atomic phenomena. I think. :)
     
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    Anything else?

    I am really nervous about the Phy sciences section. What should I be revisting? I am taking the April 16 one
     
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    For me, it felt like 50% was calculation. but i dont know. there were topic in physics such as waves, sound, pressure and things in chem such as electrochem, and redox. it wasn't as bad i thought it would be so as long as you know your basic material for phys science, i think youll be fine. its bio that id work on cause you never know when there a discrete that you couldve gotten right had you studied an extra bit on a certain topic.
     

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