Beginning in January'07, students applying for admission to medical schools must take the computer-based MCAT. The pencil-and-paper version of the Medical College Admission Test will no longer be given. Barron's new eleventh edition of the MCAT manual prepares applicants with four full-length practice tests modeled after the brand-new computer-based tests. Each practice MCAT consists of 144 questions--the same number to be found on the new MCAT--with all questions answered and explained. Every test question in the manual closely reflects those on the computer-based test in length and degree of difficulty. Also presented are subject reviews that cover all test topics. They include: A detailed MCAT science review in biology, chemistry, and physics A math review Verbal reasoning test-taking strategies Advice on answering the MCAT writing sample Test takers will also value this book's handy reference tables, which include logarithms and exponents, a table of common logarithms, the periodic table of the elements, a list of the elements with their symbols, and a chemistry reference table.Different parts of the same chromosome are replicated at different points in the S (DNA synthesis) phase of the cell cycle. A cluster of simultaneously active replication origins is called a replication unit. In mature ... organisms. Quick Recall Test Questions and Answers Choose the Best Answer MCAT SCIENCE REVIEW ac 35.
|Title||:||New Medical College Admission Test 2007|
|Author||:||Kenneth E. Guyer, Carolyn M. Conway|
|Publisher||:||Barrons Educational Series Incorporated - 2007|