MCAT July Super Review – Biomolecules
- Jul 12, 2018
- MCAT Biology, MCAT Blog, Premed Webinars, Webinar
Every section of the MCAT exam can be difficult for students. Your strengths and weaknesses help determine which sections or topics you find easy, and which you find to be a little harder to grasp. This free webinar session covered the Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems section of the MCAT, or the Bio/Biochem section for short, with a focus on biomolecules within the scope of the exam.
Phil Hawkins, one of Next Step’s MCAT course instructors and tutors, led students through this Biomolecules Super Review. Phil led attendees through a brief exam overview, including the high-yield topics that are more likely to appear on the exam come Test Day. He then covered Biomolecules in-depth, specifically nucleotides, peptide (amino acids), and lipids. There were plenty of practice questions provided to help attendees to understand the material even better by putting it into practice.
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