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Sukham_5277
#1 Posted : Sunday, August 09, 2020 3:46:35 PM
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Hello,
In AAMC Exam 1 the first passage includes an E1 mechanism and there is a question related to it. I thought E1 and E2 mechanisms were not included on the mcat, is that correct?


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#2 Posted : Monday, August 10, 2020 4:37:44 AM
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Hi Sukham,

E1 and E2 reactions are low yield and tend to be introduced if in a passage. It's not impossible for you to see them, but I wouldn't bet on them showing up.

I think it might be good to look into them a bit if you're shooting for a really high score (like 518+) because these types of reactions can be biologically relevant to steroid cascades, but I would not bet on them showing up on an average exam.

I hope this helps!

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