Quantcast

Form FK

This forum made possible through the generous support of SDN members, donors, and sponsors. Thank you.

Coolio30

Member
7+ Year Member
15+ Year Member
Joined
Feb 11, 2002
Messages
75
Reaction score
0
Hi, what did you guys think of this one.

I thought verbal was decent. Topics on methane reuglator, paradigm models, technology and literature, and usual boring, dry, crap. I managed to finsish on time and I think it was on the same level as Kaplan verbal. The extra pressure and nervousness made it a little difficult for me though.

The physical sciences was ok. Topics on buffers, momentum, Galileo's telescope and other usual stuff. Much easier than Kaplan and a lot more
conceptual. I think it was my best section.

The BS was a little difficult. Stuff on opiate receptors, carbonyl chem, and other stuff.
I had one weird question. Maybe you guys can help.
If a beaver lives in a area of low salt content, does he a) decrease his salt reabsorption at the distal tubule, b)increase his salt reabsorption at the proximal tubule, c)have excessive amounts of hypotonic urine, or d)have low amounts of hypertonic urine. Thanks for all your help.
 

nyupremed

New Member
10+ Year Member
Joined
Apr 23, 2006
Messages
3
Reaction score
0
UI don't remember seeing that one but I wpuld have put increase absortion at proximal tubule.

Coolio30 said:
Hi, what did you guys think of this one.

I thought verbal was decent. Topics on methane reuglator, paradigm models, technology and literature, and usual boring, dry, crap. I managed to finsish on time and I think it was on the same level as Kaplan verbal. The extra pressure and nervousness made it a little difficult for me though.

The physical sciences was ok. Topics on buffers, momentum, Galileo's telescope and other usual stuff. Much easier than Kaplan and a lot more
conceptual. I think it was my best section.

The BS was a little difficult. Stuff on opiate receptors, carbonyl chem, and other stuff.
I had one weird question. Maybe you guys can help.
If a beaver lives in a area of low salt content, does he a) decrease his salt reabsorption at the distal tubule, b)increase his salt reabsorption at the proximal tubule, c)have excessive amounts of hypotonic urine, or d)have low amounts of hypertonic urine. Thanks for all your help.
 

kaybam20

Membership Revoked
Removed
10+ Year Member
Joined
Aug 11, 2005
Messages
163
Reaction score
1
I also had form FK, but i cannot remember doing a question like that.
 

foofish

Full Member
10+ Year Member
7+ Year Member
Joined
Apr 23, 2006
Messages
1,204
Reaction score
4
I don't remember nearly any of those topics on FK, nevermind the beaver...
 

rs76

Member
10+ Year Member
7+ Year Member
Joined
Jun 25, 2005
Messages
108
Reaction score
0
What was up wiht that ear passage. I got rocked wiht the biology section!

mikhail1945 said:
didnt take mcat, but best Sn2 solvent is always polar aprotic right?
 

Mr. Tee

Indentured servant
10+ Year Member
7+ Year Member
Joined
Nov 24, 2005
Messages
4,369
Reaction score
1
gujuDoc said:
Hehehehe.......the post you quoted is for this form in 2002. :laugh: :laugh:

Just thought I'd share because that probably makes a difference.

LOL :laugh:
 

strontium90

aspiring to MD
10+ Year Member
Joined
Apr 21, 2006
Messages
20
Reaction score
0
Anyone recall a section matching up a sequence of RNA with it's DNA template. I'm thinking about it and think I may have really hosed it because it was tRNA(which I didn't take into consideration due to my fatigue at that point). The directionality of the DNA would have been opposite that for other types of RNA...
 
Top