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MCAT Much more than just a formality for medical school admissions

The MCAT exam not only measures your content knowledge in General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, General Biology, Biochemistry, Physics, Psychology, and Sociology—it also tests your critical analysis and reasoning skills.

This means that the MCAT requires more than just an understanding of prior content. The MCAT is a test of critical reasoning skills that rewards students on their ability to apply test content. Knowing how to interpret and solve complex problems is the key to a great MCAT score.

The integrated content on the MCAT is broken down into four test sections that comprise the exam:

-Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems
-Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills
-Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems
-Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior

Health sciences is a multidisciplinary field. it actively combines bio-medical, psycho-social, organizational and societal aspects of health, disease and health care.

In addition, it focuses on the design and evaluation of medical-technological, behavioural and organizational interventions as well as the application of that knowledge to improve health and patient centered health care, and to ultimately improve the quality of life.

Medical Laboratory Science is the study of the scientific principles underlying the disciplines practised in hospital and medical research laboratories.

Medicine is what helps or heals. From time immemorial, man has been struggling to control disease. Medicine has advanced with the progress of science. It is thus built on the best of the past. Park (2002), discussing Medicine in Antiquity has rightly quoted Dubos:

Ancient medicine was the mother of science and played a large role in the integration of early culture.

Ancient medicine across the globe was different due to vivid cultures and civilizations. In due course, this was enriched by integration of cultures across many geographical boundaries, races and ethnic groups. Due to this, medicine has undergone wide changes, so much so that its definition itself has metamorphosed many times.

What, then, is medicine? Many people think it is a science, others think it is an art. Another group is of the view that medicine is both an art and a science. Rogers (2006), in his Introduction to the Study of Medicine, says:

Medicine is sometimes considered a science, and sometimes an art; the object of medical science is to study disease.

Steve Solomon has tried to define medicine in the first chapter of hygiene library catalog of his website. In his discussion he differs from the view of Rogers quoted above. According to Solomon (2006):

Man should be studied in life and health-the influences on the body of food, clothing, bathing, and the daily care of the body. A live man, well understood, is worth more from a health standpoint than thousands of dead men. The aim of medical art is to restore and maintain health.

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