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Atomic models, protons and neutrons, isotopes…these concepts form the basis of general chemistry. This deck covers all of these topics, as well as the complexities of radioactive decay, binding energy, and emission spectra. Use these cards to master the topic of atomic and nuclear phenomena as tested on the MCAT.
Confused by free-body diagrams, pulleys, and inclined planes? Use these cards to see how all of these topics connect, and you can master force, motion, and gravity as tested on the MCAT.
Topics like work, power, and conservation of energy are constant favorites of the MCAT test-makers. Use these cards to master these concepts as they are tested on the Chemical & Physical Foundations section.
Dimensional analysis can be an incredibly helpful tool for the Chemical & Physical Foundations section of the MCAT. Use these cards to master the topics of units, vector addition, kinematics, and more.
From the basics of rotational equilibrium to the complexities of torque, use these cards to master the topic of equilibrium and momentum as tested on the MCAT.
The biological focus of the new MCAT makes fluid dynamics one of the most valuable topics to master. Use these cards to familiarize yourself with Bernoulli’s equation, surface tension, and the properties of ideal fluids. For enhanced practice, think about how these concepts relate to biological systems, such as blood vessels and human circulation.
Waves and periodic motion have countless applications to both the Chemical & Physical Foundations section of the MCAT and to real life. Use these cards to master frequency, simple harmonic motion, standing waves, and more, exactly as they appear on the exam.
With the biological focus of the new exam, topics like decibels and the Doppler Effect have become especially important to understand. Use these cards to master the topic of sound as tested on the Chemical & Physical Foundations section of the MCAT.
Having trouble remembering the difference between electric force, electric fields, and electric potential? Use these cards to master the topic of electrostatics and magnetism as tested on the Chemical & Physical Foundations section of the MCAT.
From the basics of voltage and current to in-depth circuit calculations, use these cards to master the topic of circuits as it appears on the MCAT.
Always a favorite of MCAT test-makers, optical systems have become especially high-yield due to their applications to biological systems. Use these cards to master Snell’s law, diverging and converging mirrors, and combinations of lenses. For enhanced practice, think about how these concepts relate to biological systems, such as the human eye.