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Publisher's Summary

PCAT AudioLearn offers a complete science review for the Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT), covering key topics in:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Biochemistry

This audio course helps you study for this challenging test in three powerful ways:

You can study anytime, anywhere - on your commute to work or school, at the gym or while shopping, and before you go to sleep.

You will remember the key points tested on the PCAT like the lyrics to your favorite song.

You will greatly increase your study time efficiency, allowing you to do other things important to you.

Included bonus audio guide : Pharmaceutical Drugs AudioLearn - review names, indications, mechanisms of action, and side effects of the most commonly prescribed medications in the United States.

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Might as well let a y2k computer narrate it

I’m an hour in and seriously considering getting a refund, because this is just unlistenable. I’m used to monotonous delivery, thanks to college - but that’s not even the issue here. SO many biological terms are mispronounced - who says systole as sis-stole??? Gamete as guh-meet??? Wait till you hear how this guy pronounces bacteriophage. Before you start rolling your eyes, I know for a fact that it’s not a matter of British vs. American pronunciation. Any high schooler taking basic biology would’ve done a better job. I’m triggered beyond comprehension.

From the 60 minutes that I’ve listened to, this seems like a good overview of what’s tested on the PCAT. It’s written in an almost bullet point style; clear and concise. But unfortunately, the delivery absolutely ruins it.