MCAT prep

Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by Emily Faurot, Oct 30, 2001.

  1. Emily Faurot

    Emily Faurot New Member

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    In terms of preparing for the MCAT which is a more important course: BioChem or Genetics. I have had all the other basic stuff I just wondered which topic receives more coverage on the test. In addition I wondered if anyone had any opinions on which prep classes are best...Kaplan...Princeton etc. Thank you for all your help!
     
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  3. bcc5592

    bcc5592 Junior Member
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    It has been a while since I took MCATs, but
    my recollection is that I got zero to few genetics questions. Biochem is definitely the way to go. There are quite a few biochem questions, and it will help in the first year of medschool when you take biochem. Usually biochem includes some genetics anyway. Enough for MCATs. Didn't take any prep classes (or study for that matter), so I can't help you there. Good Luck.
     

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