May 21, 2015
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Hi everyone!
I'm just wondering if anyone suggests using any videos to help study for the PCAT. All I'm doing is studying Dr. Collins and a bit of Kaplan but I was looking for specific videos to help me in anatomy & physiology section, memorizing amino acids for biochemistry, and statistics help because I haven't taken those classes yet.

Thanks!
 
Jun 11, 2015
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What I would suggest doing is using Dr. Collins (especially for chemistry!!) and try to read the biology section in the Kaplan book, but if you get stuck on any topics go to youtube and just search them up. Khan academy has LOTS of videos, especially for biology. Also, there's this one account that I found on youtube that had really good videos for anatomy/physio; his page is called Armando Hasudungan. You definitely want to get down all basic human physiology, including your hormones (also know how some are antagonistic to each other, there will be questions like that on the PCAT!)

Also, a really good website I found that had a great overview for biology and chemistry was http://mcat-review.org. I know that it says it's for the MCAT but I found it really helpful when I just needed an overall summary for each topic. I would just read through the topics a few times and make sure to memorize key points! Good luck:)
 
Jun 11, 2015
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Also, I forgot to mention this; if you are looking for chemistry videos then you should definitely go to http://www.coursesaver.com/. You might have to pay for some of the videos but I can definitely say that Chad's videos and quizzes helped me understand the concepts in chemistry. I ended up getting a 99 and 95 in biology and chemistry, respectively.
Books and notes are always great, but watching videos helps make things more clear in my opinion.
 
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