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what the heck?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by athena21, Aug 17, 2002.

  1. athena21

    athena21 Senior Member

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    what the heck? i spent so long studying for bio/orgo and we get:

    No endocrine system
    No circulatory system
    No pressure
    No homeostatis
    No menstrual cycle
    No SN1/SN2
    No oxygen dissociation curve

    sigh...studied and knew all the wrong things...
     
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  3. DrScottie33

    DrScottie33 Junior Member

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    I couldn't agree more. I had form CT. Out of the six or so bio sections there were two passages that stressed the immune system. I felt like I knew a wide range of material quite well, yet the MCAT somehow managed to focus on such a small scope of the required topics. Very frustrating. Like you said, no hormones, no excretory, only one nervous system question (sympathetic vs. parasym), no embryology, little respiratory/circulatory, little digestive, etc, etc, etc. It seems unfair to cover such a narrow range of material.
     
  4. lady bug

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    Yeah, I was pretty mad about no endocrine system. :mad: I knew that pretty well. There was some stupid Rpf protein combining w/ brain tumors crap on my bio section. :mad: :mad: :mad:
     

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