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This eBook is a chapter-by-chapter summary of the Biochemistry, Cell Biology and Genetics textbooks. Only topicsthat are relevant to the exam were summarized in this eBook. Reading thousands of pages from textbooks will costyou months of time. However, reading 62 pages of this summary eBook should take you no more than a day ortwo. Even if you have studied the textbooks, this eBook will be a perfect guide and study material to review yourknowledge.What are the other benefits of having this eBook?Well,
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: The contents of our Summary eBook are 100% relevant to the exam topics (see ETS website).If you start reading any other textbook, say Stryer's Biochemistry for example, you will encounter many chaptersthat are irrelevant to the GRE Subject Biochemistry test. Even the chapters that are mainly related to the GRESubject Biochemistry test will contain many irrelevant topics that are not worth spending your precious pre-examtime on. Therefore, by buying our Summary eBook you are not only buying a good study guide for the exam and auseful reference future academic career, but you are also buying yourself a lot of time for the exam preparation.
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GRE Subject Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular BiologyPractice Test-I and Practice Test-II
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Two full-length tests with
answer keys, designed specifically for GRE Subject Biochemistry,Cell and Molecular Biology preparation.If you have taken the GRE Subject Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology exam before, or took a lookat the practice book provided by ETS, you probably noticed that there are three distinct question typeson the exam.The first type we call “
”. "Simple questions" are straightforward and requireknowledge of basic concepts. Sometimes there is a figure or a table related to these questions.The second type is the “
”, in which the examinee is asked to match two terms, out of a pool of 4-5 terms.The third type we call “
”. In these types of questions, usually an experimentaldata is depicted either in a form of a graph or a table and then 2-4 questions related to theexperimental data are asked.The proportions of the simple, match and experiment questions is roughly 125:25:35 (for a total of 180questions). In our practice tests, we keep the same proportions for the sake of simulating the real examconditions.All of the questions in these practice test eBook series are 100% original and will be the best help forpreparation for GRE Subject Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology exam.