Everything you need to know about fluid dynamics MCAT content including viscosity, laminar flow, linear speed, and more!
Author Archive | Kat Thomson
Kat is the Senior Curriculum Manager at Magoosh with a specialty in the MCAT. She has a BA from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Ph.D. in medical sociology from the University of California, San Francisco, where she earned the Distinguished Dissertation Award in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Kat has been teaching premed and nursing students since 2005 as a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of San Francisco, Bowdoin, and the University of California, Berkeley, while collaborating on multiple research projects and publications. In addition to the MCAT, Kat has taught courses in Research Methods, Gender, Global and Environmental Health, and others. She is passionate about increasing the number of underrepresented minorities in medicine and helping students get into the medical schools of their dreams. You can join Kat on Instagram and YouTube.
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An overview of all of the key thermodynamics MCAT concepts you’ll need to score well on testing day: functions, Gibbs free energy, and more!
Learn these key concepts for biological oxidation and reduction MCAT content, including reduction/oxidation, oxidation numbers, and more.
Prepping for MCAT kinetics questions? Here’s what you need to know, from reaction rates, how to determine rate laws, shortcuts, and more.
Here’s everything you need to know to prepare for the MCAT citric acid cycle material, including the overall reaction and specific steps.
An overview of MCAT immune system questions, including a breakdown of the innate immune system and the adaptive immune system.
An overview of MCAT eye anatomy content, including the human eye structure and function, and comparison of photoreceptors.
A quick overview of everything you need to know about MCAT lipids: lipid structures, functions, MCAT molecules, and more.
A quick overview of enzyme kinetics MCAT content you’ll want to study for, including enzyme function, MCAT enzymes classification, and more!
A quick guide to understanding the muscular system on the MCAT exam, including an overview of muscle components and functions.