10+ Year Member
Mar 8, 2009
Magnetic inductance, that is.
To my knowledge, and from the list of AAMC topics, you won't have to calculate inductance of a circuit (like finding the # of Henry's), but you will have to be familiar with charge gained via induction. I actually had a question like this on the real deal. Basically, know what happens to positive and negative charge distribution on an object if a charge is induced on it.

In the AAMC Official book there is a question on capacitive reactance and inductive reactance, but no outside knowledge is needed. They give you the equations and want you to consider the relationships.

Of course, the properties of a solenoid are probably fair game. It wouldn't hurt to know how an MRI works either.