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Before you can reason about living organism processes, you need to know the basic terms and concepts involved. Practice with these flashcards to review the vocabulary and ideas that will appear in these questions.
Knowing the vocabulary of chemistry and physics is vital to understanding the questions on this section of the MCAT. Review with these flashcards and bone up on the basics in a quick and easy fashion. You’ll be that much closer to the great score you are hoping for!
These flashcards will enable you to quickly review some of the most basic concepts involved in the type of reasoning presented in this section of the MCAT. They are a great addition to all the prep work you are doing through our practice questions!
Want a quick way to learn the basic concepts involved in the Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior section of the MCAT? Used along with our practice questions and study guide, you should be able to cover every base of your MCAT preparation.
We’ve included some flashcards dealing with this unique question type, which appears in three sections of the MCAT. Hopefully, a little time spent with them here will help you expertly deal with all of the questions you encounter on test day!
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