The physics questions youll encounter on the MCAT will be questions you can answer in 90 seconds or less. There won’t be a long series of calculations to get to the answer like you likely encountered in undergrad. Instead, they’ll focus on testing concepts, orders of magnitude, and comparing equation transformations where the components are presented in unintuitive ways. Know the equations and the terms that increase or decrease a final result, pay special attention to terms that have exponents, be very comfortable manipulating equations algebraically, and memorize high yield equations. Some topics are more common, such as electronics, magnetism, optics, etc, than others.