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Ratios and Formula Help PLEASE!!!!

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by JDAD, Apr 10, 2004.

  1. JDAD

    JDAD 1K Member
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    I took 6r today and was not that happy.

    While going over the physical science portion, I realized that I missed seven questions that are worded:

    "If you change this by a factor of X then what happens to that"
    or
    "If you have this and this, what is that"

    All of the information is in the passage, I just have a really tough time rearranging the variables. Any tips?

    Is there any help that anyone can offer with these types of questions? They seem to kill me every time, and if I were to fix this issue, I would be right where I want to be before entering this test.

    Anything will help. Thanks guys and good luck.
     
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  3. TripleDegree

    TripleDegree Joker Doctor
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    Hi

    I don't have 6R, but if you want to provide an example of the question, I'll try to help.
     
  4. LUBDUBB

    LUBDUBB Freakaholic
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    Well if you have trouble on a particular one, maybe try to plug some numbers in.
     
  5. IndyZX

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    if you have the EK set, look in the skinny book (verbal and math)...

    they have a nice primer on formula ratios
     

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