What is the MCAT periodic table?


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The MCAT periodic table is the periodic table made available to test takers of the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). It includes the same information as typical periodic tables, listing the atomic numbers and atomic weights of each element.

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The MCAT provides test takers with a periodic table during the physical sciences portion of the test. As of 2014, that portion of the exam includes a total of 52 multiple-choice questions. In that section, the MCAT also provides test takers with the values of certain constants and some conversion factors.

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