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About The MCAT Exam
The MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) is required for admission to most medical schools. The MCAT is computer-based and tests physical, chemical and biological sciences, and verbal reasoning skills
MCAT Chemistry Section Weightage
The chem/physics section of the MCAT is scored 118-132 on a curved scale, with the median score of all test takers set to be 125. The given score does not conform with the number of questions answered correctly or otherwise, But are decided on the basis of the day and relative difficulty of the exam taken. The score for this section of the test is combined with the other three sections to provide your overall score which ranges from 472 to 528.
MCAT Exam Calculator Policy
Calculators are not allowed in the MCAT Exam, So practicing written and mental calculations are very important. Fortunately, the amount of calculation you'll have to do is small.
Section : Chemical and Physical Foundations of Living Systems
Length : 95 Minutes
Total weightage : 25%
Format : 59 questions asked, with 10 passages.
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The MCAT exam will present 10 passages and ask 4-7 questions from each passage. The questions will address the four Scientific and Reasoning Skills listed, although different passages will focus on different skills. Apart from passages, the test taker will also be asked 15 discrete questions that are completely separate from the ten passages.