Johnwickk

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Hello
I have heard from a few of my friends that the new MCAT doesn't have too much of organic chemistry. I was wondering if anyone else can provide me with some input in regards to this. Is this true? Orgo is one of my weakest areas and wanted to know how much should i prepare?
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Kpw101

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I would study everything on the Official Outline until you're really good with the material. Orgo might not be represented as much but if you get an Orgo-oriented passage, that could tip your score by a point.
 

alpha-GTP

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For organic, I would focus on carbonyl chemistry, sugars, absolute and relative configuration, analytical methods (spectroscopy, chromatography, extraction, etc.), and sn2. These are the high yield topics.