MCAT Test: Medical College Admission Test
The MCAT or Medical College Admission Test represents an attempt to
Students taking the MCAT are expected to have completed the equivalent
of one year of college study in the following areas: Biology, general
chemistry, organic chemistry, physics, and mathematics (calculus not
required). Click on the section of your choice:
- The student's knowledge and ability to solve problems in the
areas of biology, chemistry, and physics
- The student's skill in analysis of paragraphs, tabular material,
graphs, etc., and
- The ability to write two first draft compositions in correct
Sciences will concentrate on basic biology and
Sciences examination will focus on physics and
physically-related chemistry areas.
Reasoning passages will be taken from the social sciences, the
humanities, and from areas of the natural sciences not tested in the
other two sections.
Topics for the writing sample are not taken from the content of
physics, biology, or chemistry.
Sample MCAT Questions
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