Spiderman [RNA Ladder 2003]

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Many of us had that EKG passage information of which can be found only and Physeo books. So I was thinking if you could make an advisory list of so called "hidden requirement" subjects that would help students to feel more confident on MCAT

I will start it:

1) Given:
Intro Bio
Gen Chem
Physics
Organic Chem

2) Hidden
#1 - Genetics (they are going to increase the # of questions on Genetics in 2003)
#2 - Physeology
#4 - Biochemistry
#5 - Quantatative chem (places many things about chem on their places)
#6 - Immunology - ?

Any more ideas?
 
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-asinine topics 101
-Choice C is correct but Choice A is better 532
-Which of the following would most weaken the authors statement 203
 
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Originally posted by danwsu
-asinine topics 101
-Choice C is correct but Choice A is better 532
-Which of the following would most weaken the authors statement 203

heh. I'd be the first one to sign up for these classes.
 
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Spiderman [RNA Ladder 2003]

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nero I am changing the list:

1) Given:
Intro Bio
Gen Chem
Physics
Organic Chem

2) Hidden
#1 - Genetics (they are going to increase the # of questions on Genetics in 2003)
#2 - Physeology
#3 - Microbio
#4 - Biochemistry
#5 - Quantatative chem (places many things about chem on their places)
#6 - Cell Biology
#7 - Immunology - ?
 

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Adding . . .

#8 - Oncology

Both the April MCAT and this recent setting had cancer related stuff (at least my sections did)
 

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1) Physiology
2)Genetics
3)Endocrinology
4)Micro
 

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Don't forget to read heavily or take courses on topics related to hummanities and liberal arts as the courses mentioned in this thread will do little good helping you master the verbal section, which, I've been told, is the best indicator of how you'll actually do in med school. Actually, I've only taken the four required pre-med courses and felt adequately prepared for both science sections. Biochem, prehaps would have provided additional help. The verbal section was the toughest, in my opinion.
 
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