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The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is a national standardized test designed to gage medical school applicants' knowledge of basic science concepts, as well as their skills in problem-solving, critical thinking, and writing.
The MCAT exam is administered by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and is required of applicants to virtually all U.S. medical schools.
Potential medical students in the United States, Australia, Canada and the Caribbean Islands have to take this examination. Therefore, if you are a pre-medical student, you are in for a treat. It is useful to know that the MCAT consists of these four main subjects:
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Most selective medical schools heavily weigh the MCAT in their admissions decisions. If you want to be a doctor when you grow up, you'll have to get past the MCAT first. The Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) is a required part of the admissions process at every medical school in the U.S. Each year, approximately 70,000 people take the MCAT, widely considered the hardest and most stressful standardized admission test of them all.
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A woman who has two brothers and a maternal uncle (her mother's brother) with non-specific X-linked mental retardation is referred for genetic counselling. There are no diagnostic tests available to help determine whether or not she is a carrier. Which of the following is correct?
Choice A: The prior probability that she is a carrier is 1 in 4.
Choice B: The woman already has two unaffected sons. Therefore the probability that she is a carrier can be calculated using Bayes' theorem to be 1 in 5.
Choice C: This means that the probability that her next son will be affected or that her next daughter will be a carrier is 1 in 5.
Choice D: The probability that the maternal grandmother of this woman is a carrier is 1 in 2.
Answer and Explanation:
Choice B is correct
The prior probability that she is a carrier based on the family history is 1 in 2. The probability that her next son will be affected equals 1/5 X 1/2 = 1/10. The maternal grandmother is an obligate carrier. The figure of 1/5 is obtained using Bayes theorem
This is another question everybody wants to know, so they have an idea what they are aiming for when they take the MCAT. You have to know that the Medical College Admission Test is a scaled exam. That means that your score is based on the number of questions you got right. Those correct answers are turned into a scaled score that also bears in mind the difficulty of each question. The final mark comes with a percentile rank to show you how you compare with others during the same test. If you have a high MCAT percentile score, you performed well. However, a low percentile score means you have to hit the books again.
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