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kaplan book bio

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by issa, Aug 5, 2006.

  1. issa

    issa Senior Member
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    after reading and memorizing most of the kaplan bio chapters i think it is missing more than ecology, evolution, and classification. i keep getting questions wrong about fetal circulation and questions about the human/fetal heart and specific questions about the human kidney.

    are kaplan's subject tests more detailed than what we really need to know for the real dat?
     
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    your absolutely right. i feel kaplan bio is lacking in certain areas. i have a copy of schuams bio review, its much more comprehensive. however, i have no idea where info on the fetus circulation can be found. if anyone has info on this, please, do tell. thanx.
     
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    Textbook of Medical Physiology
    Arthur C. Guyton, MD
    John E. Hall PhD
    9th Edition
    page: 1050

    That's a very good book :)

    Same book, chapters 26-29
     
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    fancymylotus A Whole New World
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    you can also google this stuff and find websites of textbooks with pictures and descriptions,obvs.
     
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    I like the Princeton Review MCAT bio sciences book. It's very detailed.
     
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    Does princeton review have DAT too?
    I just got Princeton Review AP bio to study for DAT bio section but i wonder if it could have been better to buy DAT version instead.
     
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    which chapter in campbell bio book explains fetal circulation and fetal heart?
     

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