Cracking the MCAT, 2011-2012 Edition

Cracking the MCAT, 2011-2012 Edition

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Cracking the MCAT, 2011-2012 Edition by Princeton Review Staff

The MCAT tests more than your knowledge of basic physical and biological sciences.

You need to know absolutely everything, from amino acids and proteins to translational motion to verbal reasoning, and more. Cracking the MCAT will help you review all the necessary content with in-depth coverage of all subjects tested on the MCAT. This book includes:

-A FULL-COLOR, 16-PAGE TEAR-OUT REFERENCE GUIDE with all the most important formulas, diagrams, information, concepts, and charts for each section of the MCAT

-COMPLETE COVERAGE of all the topics on the MCAT, including physics, general chemistry, biology, organic chemistry, verbal reasoning, and the essays

-EXCLUSIVE FREE ONLINE ACCESS to 4 full-length practice tests with comprehensive answers and explanations

-PRACTICE passages, questions, and detailed EXPLANATIONS with STEP-BY-STEP SOLUTIONS at the end of every chapter for maximum practice and preparation


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780375427183
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
Publication date: 04/19/2011
Series: Graduate School Test Preparation Series
Pages: 1080
Product dimensions: 10.54(w) x 8.34(h) x 1.56(d)

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Cracking the MCAT, 2011-2012 Edition 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MSG451 More than 1 year ago
This book fails on most levels. There is an enormous number of typos ranging from mispellings to incorrect, incomplete or missing figures. It is also very general in its overview, with many topics, and formulas completly missing. Having taken the MCAT in the past (retaking it as my scores have expired), I know that some of these missing topics are in the exam. Also, there are several instances where answers to questions are wrong, usually the explanation is correct with just the wrong letter answer given, which can be confusing. The only plus is that most of the questions are pasasge based like the test, nand ivolve the same kind of critical thinking. Could be a good starter before you move on to Kaplan books which are much more indepth.