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Genetics in BIO

Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by frank51, Apr 3, 2004.

  1. frank51

    frank51 Senior Member
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    When I took the MCAT last time what screwed me in the Bio section was the fact that there was so much genetics on there, what do you guys suggest for preparing this time around?
     
  2. EarlyEditionDude

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    For biology, I would study the big 3:

    1) PHYSIOLOGY
    2) GENETICS
    3) MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

    IMO, those 3 make up most of the BIO section Or at least when I took it twice about a year ago.
     

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