ChemGuru MCAT Inorganic Chemistry Review / Practice Exam
iOS iPhone Education
Aiming for a high score on your MCAT Inorganic Chemistry Exam? Look no further! Upward Mobility's MCAT Inorganic Chemistry Exam Review and app for the iPhone and iPod Touch provides 162 simulated exam questions with detailed answers. Each question is paired with a clear and insightful explanation, ensuring comprehensive understanding of the material.
We recognize your time is valuable, so each question is structured to help you master an important area of knowledge for the test. This module addresses nearly all the topics commonly covered on the Inorganic Chemistry exam, including:
and other key topics for the MCAT exam.
This version of ChemGuru was designed specifically for the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) but would also be beneficial in studying for the Advanced Placement (AP), A-Levels, PRAXIS II, GED, CLEP, and ASVAB exams. There is a specific version available for the SAT II subject test.
ChemGuru was written and edited by Patrick Shields, and edited by Ted Chan from MIT.
Flow-through: Go through our premium curriculum question by question. You can resume where you left off using the Review Screen.
Review mode: Keeps track of questions you reviewed and understood. This allows you to track your progress and circle back to specific questions. You can also jump to specific topics to focus on areas that you want to work on.
Test Mode: Set your own time, categories and number of questions for a simulated exam.
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