McGraw-Hill Education 500 Review Questions for the McAt: General Chemistry (Paperback)
500 ways to pass the General Chemistry section of the new MCAT Intensive practice + detailed answer explanations--the best way to sharpen skills and prepare for the exam
In anticipation of the fully revised 2015 MCAT, 500 Review Questions for the MCAT: General Chemistry has been updated to comprehensively cover the chemistry portion of the Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems section. This book provides the problem-solving practice you need to take the exam with confidence.
- 500 questions organized by subject
- Follows the new MCAT format
- Complete explanations to every question given in the answer key
John Moore, Ed, has taught chemistry at Stephen F. Austin State University for more than 40 years, where he is the director of the Teaching Excellence Center and the co-director of the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Center. Richard H. Langley, PhD, has taught chemistry at the university level for over 30 years and has co-authored numerous books on the subject. He has written questions for the AP Chemistry exam and taught General Chemistry and Organic Chemistry MCAT review courses.