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MCAT Science Content Outline - Free

Discussion in 'Next Step MCAT Tutor Office Hours (Sponsored)' started by Next Step Tutor, 09.29.14.

  1. Next Step Tutor

    Next Step Tutor MCAT Guru 2+ Year Member

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    Hey everyone! I've taken the official AAMC Content Outline and re-arranged and simplified it (attached here as a PDF). I think this content arrangement is much simpler for guiding your studies. Hope it helps! :)
     

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  2. Knight_Bird23

    Knight_Bird23 2+ Year Member

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    This is great!

    Thank you!
     
  3. Perseverance '13

    Perseverance '13 2+ Year Member

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    Thank You Very much....it really breaks everything down and makes it a little easier to grasp
     
  4. the.dude.

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    Thank you so much for this resource. Is there any way you could post this as a document as well? This would make it easier to add some notes under each topic.
     
  5. NextStepTutor_2

    NextStepTutor_2 MCAT Tutor Exhibitor 2+ Year Member

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    Hi @the.dude. If you check online, there is some great freeware you can use (i.e. OpenOffice) that allows you to open .pdf files as .doc files than then edit/save as you like.

    Good luck!
     
  6. tjos

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    Thank you so much for this! It's incredibly helpful and must have taken a lot of time to put together. When trying to use freeware to convert the PDF to Word, I'm consistently getting a message that this isn't possible because the PDF is password-protected. Would it be possible to get an unsecured version of the PDF or a Word document? Thank you!
     
  7. NextStepTutor_2

    NextStepTutor_2 MCAT Tutor Exhibitor 2+ Year Member

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    Hi @tjos, there may be free online .pdf programs available to help you with this issue.
     
  8. TastyFury

    TastyFury HungryGummyBear 2+ Year Member

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    Woo thank you, was hoping there would be something like this!
     
  9. Kanchu

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    Hi guys,

    For those of you that have already finished taking the MCAT, what books helped you? What online study sites do you recommend? What study materials are good?

    I am someone who needs hours and hours of practice to get better. I have never been able to "just do it" without much practice. Let me know how you studied, the books you used, and anything that helped you.

    Thank you!
     

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