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Is It True That There's No Physics 2 On Mcat

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by hsperson, Dec 9, 2005.

  1. hsperson

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    Is it true that there is no physics 2 on the MCAT? Can I take it after only Physics 1? Thank you.
     
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  3. Dude. just post it in one forum -- you'll get a response.

    No that isn't true. The topics are drawn from a full year's worth of physics. That being said, you COULD take it after only 1 semester of physics, as long as you are very good at the other physical sciences, but I would not recommend it.
     
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    there's bound to be some light/optics/doppler/magnet/circuit crap. you may be able to learn it out of a review book or from a review class, but it might be better if you take physics II 1st....you could just take physics II in the spring....you'll be almost done with it by april
     

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