A test designed to separate those who work insanely hard and have good grades from those who have good grades and are also intelligent. It is not uncommon to see people with high GPA's from lower tier schools do poorly on the MCAT.
Test Covers: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Writing, Reading.
A synthetic amphetamine derivative which is most similar in structure to methamphetamine and cathinone. Effects are similar to amphetamines but in high doses also has a resemblance to MDMA due to being a more potent serotonin reuptake inhibitor. Also has the rep for being very easy to synthesize making it novel for chemistry n00bs
Composed of the Physical Sciences (Physics and General Chemistry), Verbal Reasoning, Writing, and Biological Sciences (Biology and Organic Chemistry).
Physical Sciences & Biological Sciences - 100 minutes each (62 passage-based questions, 15 discrete)
Verbal Reasoning (not reading comprehension. Questions ask "why?" not "what?") - 85 minutes (all passage-based)
Writing - 60 minutes (2 essays, 1 hour, separately timed)
Scored from 3-45 for composite score, J-T for writing
Yo that MCAT today was mad hard.
It is most often insufflated (snorted) or bombed (wrapped in cigarette paper and ingested orally).
People on it are dirty horrible skanks that need to get a grip, you'll either be trying to fight someone because your so out of it you dont know what youre doing, or you'll try to shag everything you see.
It makes you look like a walking corpse after prolonged use and people on it come up with all sorts of stupid excuses as to why their noses are running and they have red eyes after snorting it. Truth is, it's like snorting fire, its not a cold or an allergy.
Guy 2: Yeah she's on MCAT again, she says it's a dust allergy, last week it was a cold but she's just addicted to snorting that crap.
involves the middle finger and the ring finger, using the muscles in the forearm to move up and down at an alarming rate.
'my arm hurts' 'why?' 'm-cat last night on the wife' 'oooh the m-cat ;)'