1001 Questions in MCAT Chemistry provides practice questions in all chemistry topics covered by the MCAT.
The questions and explanations are designed to teach the student to think intuitively.
Like the MCAT, conceptual thinking is encouraged while lengthy calculations are discouraged.
Memorization of basic formulas is required, but usually will not, in itself, provide the fastest method to finding an answer.
Questions are conveniently arranged by topic.
Question difficulty ranges from easy to very difficult.
Questions are formatted exactly like the MCAT.
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