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q = questions, p = passages
Physics
Kinematics: q 1-62, p 1-2
Mechanics I: q 63-113, p 3
Mechanics II: q 114-140, p 4
Mechanics III: q 141-200, p 5-13
Fluids and elasticity of solis: q 201-247, p 14-23
Electrostatics: q 248-269, p 24-25
Electricity and magnetism: q 270-294, p 26-38
Oscillations and waves: q 295-327, p 39-51
Sound, light, and optics: q 328-425, p 52-62

Gen Chem
Stoichiometry and atomic structure: q 1-17, p 1-17
Periodic trends and bonding: q 18-26, p 18-32
Phases and gases: q 33-45, p 35-39, 41-43, & 46
Solutions, colligative properties, and kinetics: q 27-32, 46-55, p 33-34, 40, 44-45, 47-52
Equilibrium, acids and bases I: q 56-66, p 51-61
Acids and bases II: q 67-71, p 62-70
Thermodynamics: q 72-81, p 71-78
Redox/electrochemistry: q 82-92, p 79-93

O Chem
Structure, bonding, and stability: q 1-37, p 1-4
Substitution and elimination reactions: q 38-64, p 5-10
Electrophilic addition, reactions and aromaticity: q 65-88, p 11-18
Nucleophilic addition and carboxylic acid derivatives: q 89-110, p 19-30
Separation techniques and spectroscopy: q 111-129, 31-35
Biologically important organic chemistry: q 130-138, p 36-45

Biology
Biochemistry: q 1-8, p 1-6
Biological macromolecules, molecular biology: q 9-20, p 7-12
Microbiology: q 21-30, p 13-22 Cell biology: q 31-39, p 23-29
Genetics: q 40-55, p 30-36
The nervous system: q 56-64, p 37-46
The endocrine, circulatory, lymphatic, and immune systems: q 65-88, p 47-64
The excretory and digestive systems: q 89-102, p 65-69
The muscular, skeletal, and respiratory systems: q 103-131, p 70-80
The reproductive systems and development: q 132-146, p 81-87

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I couldnt find this on the forum, so here you go.
Good luck.
 

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Can anyone tell how how many practice passages are included in the book? Thank you!
 

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Learn how to read?
I did not even imply that I made this myself.

I got this from other premed forum to share this with my fellows here.

yeah...ya kinda did. The fact that Sahren (the actual author of this) just agreed with me on this thread pretty much proves it.

You gave absolutely no credit to the person that actually went through the work of putting this all together. And there is no mention of you even just getting this from another forum in your post.

But whatever man, as long as credit is given where credit is due.
 
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yeah...ya kinda did. The fact that Sahren (the actual author of this) just agreed with me on this thread pretty much proves it.

You gave absolutely no credit to the person that actually went through the work of putting this all together. And there is no mention of you even just getting this from another forum in your post.

But whatever man, as long as credit is given where credit is due.
If you have studied for the verbal section, you should know you shouldnt add your own opinions to what you have read :laugh:
 
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What edition of the SW does this apply too?
And is this user-made, or is it the actual content guide/table that TPR provides for the SW?