MCAT Biology 1/50: Deoxyribonuceleic Acids (DNA)




The Pre-Med Podcast show

Summary: Episode 36: This is the first MP3 out of 50 that covers the core MCAT science content you NEED to know for the MCAT. Get all 50 MP3s instantly at studentdoctorpodcast.com. How much would you pay for someone to write all of your MCAT notecards for you? Now you don't have to! Check out the Medical Mastermind Community to get Doctor Dan's notes. These are the pertinent MCAT questions that appear in the undergraduate, Pre-Med curriculum. Use them as a supplement to undergraduate courses and you’ll discover the secret to using your time wisely - HIGH YIELD return! BENEFITS: Know that your method works! Hey, I used these and aced these classes!!! Quickly find the section that relates to your upcoming exam! Save tons of time learning medical material now, while it correlates with your UnderGrad courses Figure out why you have to take all those prerequisite courses in the first place! Spend more time with family and friends Organize yourself to ace all of your board exams from the very beginning of your PreMedical and Medical education! FEATURES: DVD-ROM format, compatible with Windows Explorer and Macintosh Finder SEARCHES Over 2,500 of my favorite MCAT questions, also reviewed AFTER medical school The Q & A’s are nicely organized with the question on the left side of the page and the answer on the right. Fold the page in half, down the middle and use it as an inexpensive notecard - thousands of questions!   Never before have Pre-Med and medical student notes been so intimately intwined. This is a must own! Topics include: Physical sciences: General Chemistry Physics   Biological sciences: Pathophysiology Biochemistry Biology And several useful charts and notes.   The Q & A’s are nicely organized with the question on the left side of the page and the answer on the right. Fold the page in half, down the middle and use it as an inexpensive notecard - thousands of questions! Start using them in Undergrad and learn the board material from the start!     Why wait until medical school to learn how important your undergraduate education is?