WikiPremed's Physics Flashcards

  • Over 400 concept and question cards
  • The essential physics for the new MCAT
  • Reflecting years of teaching experience

Carefully designed to be interesting and useful to learning, the WikiPremed Physics Cards help students achieve a solid conceptual grasp of college physics. This set of learning cards contains over 400 Concept, Summary and Question Cards with over 1000 illustrations, comprising a comprehensive learning system that teaches intuitive, conceptual fluency. As an assistant for test preparation or as a companion for lecture course, the WikiPremed Physics Cards help make physics less like a foreign language and more like common sense.

I just recently purchased the WikiPremed Physics Flashcards and they are absolutely great. These cards beat any other physics flashcards on the market. I highly recommend them to anyone either taking physics classes or preparing for the MCAT. I have my B.S. in physics and I wish the cards had been available when I was studying physics. The cards don't just have you memorize a bunch of facts but instead they help you to actually think about physics. These cards are great!

Dakota O'Rourke, Mobile Alabama

The WikiPremed MCAT Course is a comprehensive course in the undergraduate level general sciences. Undergraduate level physics, chemistry, organic chemistry and biology are presented by this course as a unified whole within a spiraling curriculum. Please read our policies on Privacy and Shipping & Returns.  Contact Us. MCAT is a registered trademark of the Association of American Medical Colleges, which does not endorse the WikiPremed Course. WikiPremed offers the customers of our publications or our teaching services no guarantees regarding eventual performance on the MCAT.

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