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MCAT Fast Facts 15: Effective Nuclear Charge

 

In today’s Kaplan MCAT Fast Facts video from the Kaplan MCAT course, Dr. Jeff Koetje discusses Effective Nuclear Charge as tested on the MCAT. Note that the MCAT tests critical thinking, not just science recall, mastery of certain science concepts is a prerequisite for the test.

For more great videos concerning Fast Facts, Current Events, and more, head over to our MCAT YouTube Channel

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Thinking About MCAT Science With Adam: E04 Blood Types

This episode takes us to donating blood, where there’s a lot more MCAT science than it first may seem. No matter where Adam is he can find a way to see MCAT science!

For more great lessons from Adam, and a whole lot more, jump over to our MCAT YouTube Channel. There’s hours of footage from events, lessons, and more that can help you prepare for the MCAT and medical school. Enjoy!

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Kaplan MCAT Fast Facts 10: Genetic Mutations

In today’s Kaplan MCAT Fast Facts video from the Kaplan MCAT course, Dr. Jeff Koetje discusses genetic mutations as tested on the MCAT. Note that the MCAT tests critical thinking, not just science recall, mastery of certain science concepts is a prerequisite for the test.

For more great videos concerning Fast Facts, Current Events, and more, head over to our MCAT YouTube Channel….…

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Kaplan MCAT Fast Facts 8: Enzymes

In today’s Kaplan MCAT Fast Facts video from the Kaplan MCAT course, Dr. Jeff Koetje discusses Enzymes as tested on the MCAT. Note that the MCAT tests critical thinking, not just science recall, mastery of certain science concepts is a prerequisite for the test.

For more great videos concerning Fast Facts, Current Events, and more, head over to our MCAT YouTube Channel….…

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Studying for the MCAT: The Digestive System

Many test takers look forward to the biology section of the MCAT. After laboring through the Physical Science and Verbal Sections, it’s nice to finally tackle some passages on topics with which many pre-meds are familiar and comfortable. It also happens to be the last section of the lengthy exam, and after over 3 hours of test-taking, you might hear a grumbling coming from your stomach; a grumbling might grow even louder if you happen upon a passage focusing on the commonly tested topic that is the digestive system.

As with many biology topics, it’s important to think …

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