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Gold Standard MCAT practice question: For molecule A, which molecules are epimers?
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Gold Standard MCAT question: An object experiences 3 forces: (i) 8 N south; (ii) 11 N north; (iii) 4 N east. What is the magnitude of the resultant force?

A. 3 N
B. 5 N
C. 7 N
D. 23 N

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Gold Standard MCAT question: The zombies’ argument is used often in philosophy to discuss core propositions like physicalism (the idea that everything that exists conforms to the condition of holding a physical or material aspect to it); and dualism (the idea that everything that exists has a dualistic structure, or submits to two fundamental and distinct categories, such as body vs. mind). Insofar zombies are possible or conceivable but do not actually exist in the material world, then the physicalism proposition is false; things might exist without corporeal reality. Simultaneously, if we accept this reasoning, then some kind of dualism must be true, e.g., there are two distinct categories opposing non-physical or abstract (are ‘possible’) vs. physical or concrete (‘exist’) realities. In debates about the nature of consciousness, this becomes critical. In the epistemological realm, the zombies idea reinstates the ‘other minds’ problem. How can observers serve as proof of existence?

Source: Adapted from R. Kirk, “Zombies.” Copyright 2015 The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosoph.

What can one infer about the “other minds” problem, mentioned in the last sentences, to be?
I. Even when we can perceive the behavior of others, it does not logically follow that we can infer “mentality.”
II. Even if others cannot attest for the existence of something, this does not mean that that something does not exist.
III. Perceptions are always subjective and relative.

A . III only
B. I and III
C. I and II
D. II and III

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MCAT question: Figure 1 shows United States immigrants’ education level from 1970 to 2013. What pull factors might be responsible for the changes there depicted?
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Gold Standard #MCAT Question: What is the formal charge on the phosphorus atom of structure A?
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Thorough preparation makes its own luck. – Joe Poyer
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This week’s tip from Biochemistry: Gibbs Free Energy determines spontaneity not enthalpy.
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