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MCAT question

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Hedwig, Jan 30, 2002.

  1. Hedwig

    Hedwig Senior Member
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    I'm not taking the MCAT until April '03, but I have a preliminary question that I was hoping you could answer for me.

    Is everything on the MCAT somehow medical school oriented? Or is there stuff like vectors and other irrelevant physics problems such as, "A roller coaster is at rest on top of an incline..."? Is there plant crap on it--e.g., stuff about cell walls and photosynthesis and trees?

    Exactly how medically relevant is this thing?
     
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  3. Doctora Foxy

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    there's lots of stuff like in your examples that are not that medically related, but lots of it is...mcats just test on how well you think...i suggest you start studying now :) If I knew how involved it was, I would have started studying much earlier than I did
     
  4. Optimistic

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    Yes there are vectors and roller coaster and many more concept from phy I and II. As far as I know there is not much on plants on MCAT. But there could be.
     

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