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Do I need this class to do well on MCAT 2015?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by bluepeach9, Aug 25, 2015.

  1. bluepeach9

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    I've already taken Biochem I…but would you say that I need to take Biochem Lab for the new MCAT??

    The class is closed right now, so I'm not sure if I'll even get in. And, also it is not required for my major. My schedule is already kind of swamped with required courses (since I'm graduating this fall), so if I don't absolutely need this lab class to do well on the test, I would prefer not to take it.
     
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  3. evansh

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    I wouldn't think so. All of the biochem research techniques on the MCAT were covered in my lecture. If they weren't in yours, they're very easy to pick up on your own.
     
  4. a_borgia

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    #3 a_borgia, Aug 25, 2015
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  5. J Senpai

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    Nope, any bio techniques you need to know are covered in your content review books. Ideally, you'd have that background for the exam (my MCAT was super heavy in procedural stuff), but it won't make or break you.
     

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