My MCAT chemistry plan for exam preparation is according to MCAT standard syllabus. The preparation covers fundamental concepts of general and organic chemistry followed by practice of questions from resources such as Kaplan, Examkrackers, and others.
In order to be successful in the MCAT chemistry exam you should have a good background in General and Organic chemistry. Students who do not have the background usually are not able to compete so you need first to build up your chemistry foundation by passing university level chemistry courses in general and organic chemistry or at least general chemistry courses. I can help you with both the chemistry courses and MCAT chemistry preparation. Some topics in general chemistry are the same topics in MCAT physic.
Also, in the same manner I work with my students for the preparation of DAT, OAT and PCAT exams (you need to have general and organic chemistry background).
Gas phase, electrochemistry, molecular structure, stoichiometry, acid/base equilibrium, solubility, ions in solutions, titration, covalent bond, inorganic chemistry (periods, groups and transition metals) liquid phase, intermolecular forces, kinetics, equilibrium, phase diagrams, atoms, nuclear decay, electronic structures, atomic and chemical behaviour, thermodynamics laws and environmental chemistry.
Key functional groups/compounds, nomenclature, stereochemistry, hybridization, nucleophilic substitution (SN1, SN2), molecular structure and absorption spectra (NMR, IR), aldehydes and ketones, alcohols, carboxylic acids, acid derivatives, mass spectrometry, polycyclic and heterocyclic aromatic compounds, phenols, separations and purifications, enzyme kinetics, nucleotides, nucleic acids, amino acids, peptides, proteins, protein structure function, carbohydrates and lipids.
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