MCAT Master Class: Metabolism and Glycolysis
- Apr 05, 2019
- MCAT Blog, Premed Webinars, Webinar
When studying biochem for the MCAT, there are three important things to focus on: Principles, Physiological Function, and Interconnections with other subject matters (i.e. amino acids and acid-base chemistry, carbohydrates and stereochemistry, and metabolism and physiology. Glycolysis is pretty sweet—pun definitely intended—and metabolism is just as important. This webinar delved into these two topics and how to approach them on the MCAT.
This session was lead by instructor Phil Hawkins. Phil scored in the 99th percentile on his MCAT! Students were also invited to ask their questions about biochem (and the MCAT in general) during the webinar. Take a look at the recording below, and don’t forget to follow along with the slides!
Our goal at Next Step is to make sure that you have the resources needed to prepare for the MCAT and your future career. This Extra Help session is just a sampling of what our course students have access to on a regular basis. If you’re interested in our online MCAT course, click here. We also have several practice test bundles, including a free practice bundle, as well as one-on-one MCAT tutoring services. If you utilize our tutoring services or enroll in our course, you will receive customized plans that work at your pace and focus on the areas where you need to improve the most. What works for some may not work for all, so we are doing away with the cookie cutter approach and making sure that your study plan works for you.
Click here for slides from this presentation.
Check out the recording below! Still have a question? Leave a comment and we’d be happy to help you!
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