Expert Preparation for the Revised MCAT–in Print, Online, and Mobile
Totally geared to the brand-new test introduced in 2015, this book offers concise summaries of all important concepts, textbook-quality scientific diagrams, and abundant practice questions. The unique Cross-Platform format adds outstanding value: students can study the whole program in print, online, or on a mobile device.
About the Book
This volume of McGraw-Hill Education’s four-book MCAT test-prep series covers the chemical and physical science topics that MCAT candidates want to master. Chapters are organized around the “Foundational Concepts” specified in the MCAT syllabus. Every unit ends with a Minitest in MCAT format to give students ample practice with MCAT-style questions.
- Closely follows the MCAT syllabus created for the all-new 2015 test
- EXPANDED! Practice with MCAT-style questions on each topic
- Textbook-quality illustrations to reinforce understanding
- Focuses tightly on topics tested on the MCAT
About the Cross-Platform format:
The Cross-Platform format provides an absolutely-comprehensive print, online, and mobile program:
- Entire instructional content to be had in print and digital form
- Personalized study plan and day-to-day goals
- Powerful analytics to assess test readiness
- Flashcards, games, and social media for additional support
About the Authors
George Hademenos, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor on the University of Dallas, where he teaches General Physics and Quantum Physics. He has also taught on the University of Massachusetts and at UCLA.
Candice McCloskey Campbell, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Georgia Perimeter College (Dunwoody, GA).
Shaun Murphree, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Allegheny College (Meadville, PA).
Jennifer M. Warner, Ph.D., teaches biology on the University of North Carolina, Charlotte.
Amy B. Wachholz, Ph.D., is Director of Health Psychology at UMass Medical School (Worcester, MA).
Kathy A. Zahler, MS, is a widely published test-prep creator.