LackingPhysics Posted October 16, 2006 Report Share Posted October 16, 2006 Hi, I was planning on writing the MCAT this summer. There is one thing that I am very worried about and that is the physical sciences section. I have never, ever taken physics (not even physics 11) and this has definitely bit me in the ass during 1st and 2nd year chemistry. 2nd year physical chemistry is one of my lowest marks (71%). Taking this into consideration, would I be able to teach myself enough to get a high score in the physical sciences section in about 3 months or is it impossible? Also, how much organic chemistry info is on the exam? Do you have to basically know everything from 2nd year organic chemistry (I have forgotten a lot of those mechanisms!), or is it fairly basic? Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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