Department of Biology
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What courses should you take?
The MCAT is a comprehensive exam that tests you in four areas: Verbal reasoning, Physics and Chemistry, Essay writing and Biology. While your undergraduate classes will give you most of what you need for the MCATs you should plan to invest a considerable amount of time preparing for them. You will need to be familiar with chemistry through organic/biochemistry, as well as the full range of physics. Do not expect to do well without spending a lot of time studying these areas. The Kaplan courses are recommended by many students but they are expensive and still require you to do the work on your own.
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