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MCAT Organic

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Mish550, Apr 9, 2002.

  1. Mish550

    Mish550 Member

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    Hey,

    I took AAMC V and felt like I could handle the OChem level on there, but the ones in the PR workbook are a lot different. Are the OCHEM passagse on recent MCATs similar to AAMC V?

    Thanks!
     
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  3. spacecadet

    spacecadet Senior Member

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    I'd trust the AAMC test more than your PR book. I can't say for sure though because I have little recollection of the actual MCAT. I only remember the practice tests because I went back over the answers.

    I wouldn't say that I'm extremely strong in organic, but I did pretty well on the BS section. Just know the main reaction mechanisms and stereochemistry.
     
  4. missbonnie

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    The PR and kaplan are alot harder than what's really on the mcat. Go by what you see in the aamc 3,4,5,6 tests. 2 is a bit too detailed. There's very little orgo on the real thing, I think 4 passages out of the 11.
     

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