The answer is NO if you need 100% confidence, but YES with qualifiers(look at the bibliography on last page of VERBAL EXAM on the REAL MCAT, the newest sources i.e 1999, 2000 is likely the experimental section IF IT HAS 10 QUESTIONS WITH THE PASSAGE). Furthermore, I believe one can predict which passages are NOT experimental. For example, as many of you guys know, the MCAT prides itself as an equal opportunity exam. ADCOM's believe that the MCAT is a level playing field for any student from any University in america. On the other hand, GPA is variable according to the instituion that you attend. With that said, how can a test that prides itself as being equal for everyone allow one student to have 7 Biology Passages and 4 Organic Passages. While allowing another student in the same test room 5 Biology and 6 Organic Passages. Is it truly fair to "randomly" decide whether a student receives a form with a strong Biology component, while another student receives a 50/50 Bio/Organic Split. Of course not. Than, how can the MCAT be justified to say it is a level playing field? Here is the rationale behind this paradox. 1. Only 9 passages on the Biological Science is graded. 2 Passages are experimental. I believe all Biological Science Sections have 5 graded biology sections, and 4 graded Organic sections. 2. Here is the key. Some forms have 2 organic experimental sections. In this case you would have 5 Bio and 6 Organic. 3. Or two biological experimental sections. i.e 7 Bio and 4 Organic. Even 1 Bio experimental, and 1 organic experimental. This would give you 6 Bio and 5 Organic. Thus, using my rationale. The MCAT is a level playing field for all testtakers. It achieves "fairness". Because ALL forms have 5 GRADED biology and 4 graded Organic. 4. Notice, that if you have 4 organic on your form. You can guess that all of the organic will count, however 2 of the 7 bio are experimental. Furthermore, if you have 2 passages that are graph or table based, I believe one of them is the experimental. 5. One can also use symmetry for the physical sciences. The only difference is that 5 General Chem is graded, and 4 Physics is graded.