The tips begin at a different place in each module. The advice moves along with the stages of the course.

Encoding a stimulus two different ways increases the chance of remembering it compared to encoding it only one way. Don't just write down a definition. Mentally associate the conceptual term with an image or draw a figure.

Suggested Assignments

Science Focus

Study the conceptual materials in your book-set (TBR or Kaplan) covering DC current, magnetism, oxidation reduction & electrochemistry, and oxidative phosphorylation. 

Perform the odd numbered (phase 1 ) practice items in your book-set.

Watch the videos for Module 11 - DC Current, Magnetism, Oxidation-Reduction & Electroschemistry, and Oxidative Phosphorylation.

Before moving on to the Integrated Course practice items, work on your physics fundamentals with the Concept and Question Cards.

Revisit Ch. 6 - Bioenergetics and Oxidative Phosphorylation in Biochemistry (Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews).

Choose from the resources available within the Topic Pages to reinforce and supplement learning.

Conceptual Integration

Read the Interdisciplinary Notes for Module 11.

Play Catch Blue.

We'll be starting AAMC Section Bank in module 12. Pretend that this is actually exam day coming. Again, as we did in module 10, set aside two hours for a cram session. Study as if you were trying to get one last look at everything.

Biology Cycle

Read Ch. 22 - Abnormal Cell Growth, Ch. 23 - Cell Death, and Ch. 24 - Aging and Senescence in Lippincott - Cell & Molecular Biology


Study the conceptual treatment of Abnormal Psychology in your MCAT book-set and complete the odd numbered problems.

Continue review of the conceptual vocabulary for Abnormal Psychology using the illustrated conceptual primer on this site.

Extend practice using the Essential Concepts ANKI Deck to include the Abnormal Psychology cards. 

Integrated Course practice items:


Module 11 CARS Lesson Implied premises and warrants.

Continue working through Step 2 and Step 3 of the CARS Diagnostic Tool. Pace yourself to complete this resource before module 14.

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