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Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by bluesTank, May 4, 2007.

  1. bluesTank

    bluesTank Zombie
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    Examkrackers mentions that alkenes/alkynes/benzene reactions are not topics covered on the MCAT as of 2003, and the AAMC website seems to confirm this.

    Does anyone who has actually taken recall having ANY questions that had to do with those reactions or anything like that? I told my TPR teacher and he had never heard of that.

    Thanks
     
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  3. jochi1543

    jochi1543 President, Gunner Central
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    I wrote on April 12, and yes, there WAS one question about an aromatic compound. I was REALLY glad that I had decided not to skip that section in EK - while I didn't remember it very well, I was able to eliminate 2 answers and guess.
     
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    I just did AAMC 7 and there was a load of OChem in it. There are also reactions that I didn't know I need to study. Well. I just studyeverything in the TPR book. Is that enough?
     

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