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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by geneticclone, May 12, 2007.

  1. geneticclone

    geneticclone Guest

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    is there physics on the MCAT, and if so is it basic or second year?
    sorry i just realized that i posted this in the wrong section.
     
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  3. BigRedPremed

    BigRedPremed Senior Member 7+ Year Member

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    Yes there is physics (algebra-based) and it is very basic.
     
  4. geneticclone

    geneticclone Guest

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    its not calculus based?
     
  5. eikenhein

    eikenhein my cat is awesome Lifetime Donor Classifieds Approved 10+ Year Member

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    It is all algebra-based, pretty simple stuff.
     
  6. BlackSails

    BlackSails 2+ Year Member

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    The med schools require calc, the physics on the MCAT should be calc based, but it is not.
     
  7. notaroche

    notaroche 2+ Year Member

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    In what parallel universe are you living in? Only a few medical schools require calculus.
     
  8. MedStudentWanna

    MedStudentWanna Banned Banned 5+ Year Member

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    No medical school requires calc-based Physics. Only a handful require calc at all.
     
  9. geneticclone

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    UCSD requires basic calculus, algebra based calculus.
     

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