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Complete preparation for the more than 30,000 students taking the PCAT each year
The number of Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) test takers has doubled since 2001-and that number continues to grow. McGraw-Hill's PCAT provides comprehensive review of every test topic while preparing you for the new format of the test that was instituted in June 2007. With sample tests, test-taking strategies, and intricate scientific illustrations, you'll have all the preparation you need to perform at your very best on test day.
Table of contents
McGraw-Hill's PCAT Part I. All about the PCAT 1. Introducing the PCAT 2. Test Format and Structure 3. General Test-Taking Strategies Part II. PCAT Diagnostic Test 4. Half-Length Diagnostic Test Part III. Reviewing PCAT Verbal Skills 5. Verbal Ability 6. Reading Comprehension Part IV. Reviewing PCAT Biology 7. General Biology 8. Microbiology 9. Anatomy and Physiology Part V. Reviewing PCAT Chemistry 10. General Chemistry 11. Organic Chemistry Part VI. Reviewing PCAT Math Skills 12. Basic Math 13. Algebra 14. Probability and Statistics 15. Precalculus 16. Calculus Part VII. Reviewing PCAT Writing 17. Conventions of Language 18. Problem Solving Part VIII. PCAT Practice Test
George J. Hademenos, Shaun Murphree, Kathy A. Zahler, and Jennifer Warner are the authors of McGraw-Hill's MCAT. Hademenos, Murphree, Warner, and Mark A. Whitener teach science at the university level. Zahler is a widely published textbook writer.