Each physics diagnostic quiz consists of 85 true-false questions; each chemistry quiz has 90 questions; and the biology quizzes each have 120 questions. These quizzes will teach you a great deal of science. They will also teach you the points of common confusion that MCAT writers exploit in making their multiple choice answer choices. The true and false statements in each exam are designed to show you how language is used in designing correct and incorrect answers in multiple choice questions on the new MCAT.
Please do not become discouraged if your first quiz does not go so well. It is not uncommon to miss almost half of these questions early in review and still end up with a great MCAT score. The complete set of questions provides good coverage of the ideas behind many questions on the MCAT. These quizzes are diagnostic tools to help you identify where you need remediation and help you monitor your progress throughout MCAT review. They will also help you learn a great deal of science you need for the exam. Hopefully, they will also be fun!