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Best Bio MCAT Classes

Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by blazinfury, Jun 20, 2008.

  1. blazinfury

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    What are the best bio classes to take for MCATs? biochem, geentics, microbio?
     
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    I'm finding Human Physiology and Biochem really really helpful outta all the ones I've taken. Would def. recommend taking those two! + It drills about 33% of chem and orgo tested on MCAT into ur head like none other :)

    (Molecular Cell Bio + Genetics + Microbio + Pathophy are some what useful as well.)
     
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    EXCELLENT question!

    It seems that if you look at the average MCAT, there is a physiology system, a genetics passage, and some experiment that incorporates molecular biology and genetics.

    I think it would be a good idea to be exposed to genetics and human physiology before considering taking the MCAT.
     

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