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Modern Physics

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Tenken's Smile, Apr 20, 2007.

  1. Tenken's Smile

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    Hi,

    I wonder whether the topics of MODERN PHYSICS are on the MCAT ?? Or just CLASSICAL Physics is ? :rolleyes: :confused:
     
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    I don't mean to be a jerk, but honestly, what do you think?
     
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    LOL, there isn't even 1 shred of calculus on the MCAT, you think modern physics will be on there?
     
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    If you know what modern physics is, you know this is a dumb question.:smuggrin:
     
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    You guys are mean :D LOL...
    Anyway, thanks for the answers! I'll be reviewing for MCAT this summer, so just want to know before hand :) Thanks :D
     
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    I think modern physics would be pushing the MCAT barrier..I could see a passage on relativity with "word" questions.

    However, PChem passages seem to be fair game. But you still have basic questions/calculations..There's just no time for anything advanced. Although they seem to throw in a challenging discrete now and then to separate the 15s from the 14s.
     

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