While the pre-2015 MCAT only tests you on science and verbal, you are still required to perform complex mathematical calculations WITHOUT A CALCULATOR!
Unfortunately, studying the sciences alone won’t help you here as the math equations tend to trip up students in many ways:
- You may get stuck in knowing how to apply math to the required science question.
- Perhaps you know the required math but feel lost without your calculator.
- Even if you do know how to do the MCAT math without a calculator, you find yourself wasting too much precious time working through the calculations.
So as you prepare for your MCAT you should be focusing on learning the required math in addition to studying your sciences and practicing verbal passages.
The key to a successful math strategy involves:
- Learning how to do the required math without a calculator
- Learning the correct tricks and shortcuts to get through these questions QUICKLY AND EFFICIENTLY
Introduction to MCAT Math Without A Calculator
The above video explains why you need math shortcuts on the MCAT and how to use these shortcuts effectively to save time and still get the correct answer to detailed MCAT questions.
MCAT Style Question Solved In This Video:
How many moles of Chlorine Ions are found in 4.93L of a 0.096 molar solution?
Can you solve this in under 10 seconds? The video above shows you how
–> Watch Next Video – Factor Of 10 Shortcut (cont from vid 2)
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This is video 1 in my series on MCAT Math Without A Calculator. Click HERE for the entire series