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MCAT Bio Question

VandyFootballVandyFootball - Posts: 96 Junior Member
edited May 2011 in Pre-Med Topics
Hey guys, I am a friend of Vandyfootball, who is using his account to ask a question.

I am studying for the MCATs this summer and I am currently enrolled in a kaplan prep Class. I used my AP credit for Bio, and I took AP Bio my senior year in high school. In AP Bio we never covered any of the human body systems such as reproduction, endocrine, respiratory systems. So I have never studied any of that material. Looking at my Kaplan Bio book, roughly 9 out of 16 chapters are devoted to these human body systems.

I was wondering if I would be okay for the MCAT Bio if I just rely on the Kaplan Bio book. Should I buy other books to study these bio systems, since the Kaplan Bio books don't go into much detail on these systems?
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