Cracking the MCAT with CD-ROM

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The Princeton Review, 2004 - Medical - 1090 pages
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If It’s on the MCAT, It’s in This Book

Cracking the MCAT, the definitive preparation guide for the Medical College Admissions Test, is a thorough and systematic review of all the MCAT science and verbal skills you will need to know to score higher on the exam. All topics in the physical and biological sciences are presented with sample problems, labeled illustrations, charts, and diagrams to maximize your learning.

To reinforce your knowledge of the material and sharpen your test-taking skills, this guide also includes:

-Hundreds of practice questions throughout the book with answer explanations
-Simulated MCAT passages just like the ones you’ll find on the exam
-Substantive practice tied to every concept reviewed, followed by detailed solutions
-Special sections on MCAT essays and a review of essential mathematics

This edition of Cracking the MCAT includes a free CD-ROM with more than 1,000 practice MCAT questions. Answering these practice questions will not only strengthen your mastery of MCAT science, but will also provide you with the test-taking experience you’ll need for success on the exam. There is no better way to improve your MCAT score than with this comprehensive review book and practice CD-ROM.
 

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Contents

UNDERSTANDING THE MCAT AND THE MCAT Book
1
33
4
INSIGHTS INTO MCAT SCIENCE COMPONENTS
7
30
10
CONCEPTUAL PREMISES
15
TRANSLATIONAL MOTION
27
FORCES
69
ENERGY WORK POWER AND MOMENTUM
97
PHASE CHANGES
359
ACIDBASE CHEMISTRY
377
ELECTROCHEMISTRY
405
EUKARYOTIC CELLS
425
DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID
445
PERPETUATION OF THE SPECIESTHE BIOLOGY
503
THE DEVELOPING ORGANISM
529
BACTERIA VIRUSES AND FUNGI
541

FLUIDS AND SOLIDS T 13
113
ELECTROSTATICS
129
CAPACITORs
147
TO ELECTROMAGNETISM
161
waves oscillations AND SIMPLE HARMONIC
187
LIGHT AND OPTICS
207
ATOMS ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE
231
BONDING AND MOLECULAR FORMATION
249
UNDAMENTAL PHENOMENA
265
EQUILIBRIUM DYNAMICS
285
THERMODYNAMICS
299
SOLUTIONS AND SOLUBILITY
319
GASES
339
PRINCIPAL BIOCHEMICAL PATHWAYS OF THE CELL
559
GAS EXCHANGE CIRCULATION
587
THE RENAL ENDOCRINE
633
MECHANISMs of HEREDITY
685
POPULATIONS EVOLUTION AND ECOLOGY
709
CARBON BONDING
723
STEREOCHEMISTRY
745
HYDROCARBONS
767
ALCOHOLS PHENOLS AND ETHERS
807
7 ALDEHYDES AND KETONES
831
CARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND CARBOXYLIC ACID
859
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