REA has Your Rx for the MCAT CBT! Master the MCAT and Get a Top Score!
Includes Bonus Visual Medical Reference Library!
If you’ve always dreamed about getting into a top medical school and having a rewarding healthcare career, REA has Your Rx for the MCAT CBT!
This fully revised edition of our popular test prep is completely aligned with the official computer-based Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). Prepared by a veteran of the MCAT testing experience, our test prep gives medical school candidates an in-depth review of every must-know topic covered on the MCAT, including Verbal Reasoning, Writing, Biology, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry. Each chapter includes practice questions with solutions, so you can test your knowledge as you study.
Six full-length practice tests featured in the book are based on official MCAT CBT exams. Each test is balanced to include every subject and type of question you can expect on the actual MCAT. Two of the book’s practice tests appear on our TestWare CD. Each test is given in a timed format with instant, automatic scoring analysis and detailed explanations of answers. We don’t just say which answers are right, we explain why the other answer choices are wrong – so you can identify your strengths and weaknesses before test day!
The test prep comes complete with a progressive 12-week study schedule, numerous illustrations and diagrams, and expert test tips and strategies that build test-day confidence.
Get an extra study advantage with our Visual Medical Reference Library (included on CD). Each full-color chart focuses on a specific subject and is the perfect way to review anatomy and physiology topics. These 22 charts offer extra review and vital medical information you need to know for exam day!
If you’re serious about getting into medical school, REA has Your Rx for the MCAT!
About the AuthorAbout the Author
Susan D. Van Arnum, Ph.D., is a process research and development chemist. She has approximately fifteen years of experience in the fine chemical and pharmaceutical industries in drug development and manufacturing. She holds undergraduate degrees in chemistry and biology and has a Ph.D. in physical organic chemistry from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. She has published research articles on green chemistry, photochemistry and heterocyclic synthesis. In addition, she was a contributor to the Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology
and the Journal of Chemical Education.
Dr. Van Arnum is a member of the American Chemical Society. About the Technical Editor
Sussan K. Sutphen, M.D., graduated from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, Wisc., in 1982 and completed her emergency medicine residency in 1986. She served 3 years in the U.S. Public Health Service and as a result of that experience practiced primarily in small rural community hospitals in Indiana and Georgia. She switched to Occupational Medicine in 2002. She also has an M.A. in professional writing from Kennesaw State University and is a medical writer and editor. She has had continuing medical education articles published on Medscape
, a website for healthcare professionals.