NEW FOR MCAT 2015! Get everything you need to ace the Organic Chemistry material on the new MCAT exam.
The MCAT is being entirely overhauled in 2015—and students planning on taking the test after January 2015 will need to prepare for a longer, tougher exam. The Princeton Review's MCAT ORGANIC CHEMISTRY REVIEWis designed specifically for those test-takers. It features:
Everything You Need to Know For a High Score: · Access to our online Student Tools portal for up-to-the-moment information on late-breaking AAMC changes to the exam · In-depth coverage of the challenging organic chemistry topics on this important test · Bulleted chapter summaries for quick review · Full-color illustrations, diagrams, and tables · An extensive glossary for handy reference · Strategic guidance and effective test-taking techniques
More Practice Than Ever: · 3 full-length practice tests online · End-of-chapter practice questions · MCAT-style practice passages · Detailed answer explanations for every practice question
In MCAT ORGANIC CHEMISTRY REVIEW, you'll gain mastery of topics like: · MCAT 2015 Basics · Structures and Bonding · Substitution and Elimination Reactions · Electrophilic Addition Reactions · Lab Techniques and Spectroscopy · Biologically Important Organic Chemistry And more!
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MCAT Organic Chemistry Review by The Princeton Review