Cracking the Oat

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Princeton Review, 2012 - Medical - 448 pages
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If you need to know it, it's in this book.

Winning admission to optometry school is a challenging and competitive endeavor, and scoring well on the Optometry Admission Test (OAT) is a critical part of your profile as a competitive applicant. The Princeton Review's Cracking the OAT contains everything you need to know to tackle the Natural Sciences, Reading Comprehension, Physics, and Quantitative Reasoning sections of the exam. It includes:

  * Access to 2 full-length practice tests
  * An extensive review of Physics, covering electricity, mechanics, kinematics, and more
  * Strategies for the Math, Reading, and Science sections
  * Drills and detailed explanations to show you exactly what to expect on the OAT
  * Key strategies to help you make it through the toughest sections

 

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Fluids and Elasticity of Solids
169
Reading Comprehension Overview
355
Physics Drill lill
411
Natural Sciences Drill
423
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