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writing sample & OChem

Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by catchmehere44, Mar 17, 2004.

  1. catchmehere44

    catchmehere44 Member
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    I am using Ek books to study for MCAT. It doesn't give you enough practice writing samples though. Where can I get these and how much should I stress on them?

    Also how many OChem questions have they had in the past in MCAt- just need to know so I can get an idea of its weightage.
    Do they have like a distribution posted up somewhere, like 30% of MCAT will be thermodynamics questions etc. ?
     
  2. willthatsall

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    I think the specific topics on each form of the test are random, so you will not be able to find out how many questions on something like thermodynamics. However, I think the trend is more gen chem than physics and more biology than organic. That is what I have heard. And also, I think they just took out some of the topics about organic and added more genetics and dna.
     
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    http://www.aamc.org/students/mcat/about/wsitems.htm
     

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