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These are our popular score-raising MCAT flashcards that will help you study anytime—anywhere! Track your progress as you master 1000+ frequently tested concepts in biochemistry, biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry, physics, psychology, and sociology. Create customized card sets, see statistics on your performance, and more as you get ready for Test Day.
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- Bug Fixes
- Resolved an issue where flashcards were not unlocked after logging in
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Why won’t my decks save?
I don’t usually write reviews (ever) but this app is a ripoff. I’d give it one star but to be fair the content of the cards are good. For how much this app costs for all the cards I have to say the fact that it won’t even save your progress is disappointing. This is literally a basic thing—quizlet even let’s you star things and that’s free. I have to start over on every single deck because nothing saves. What’s the point of marking cards I’m unsure of if it won’t save this information and let me study those specific cards? It resets my progress every time I get back on.
Good content. Awful system.
While the content of the cards is what you would expect (simple, mostly, if not all, terminology based), the actually application very much lacks in functionality. First, your progress isn’t saved, as previously noted by other users, meaning that you need to restart an entire deck during each session. Next, if you are interrupted and exit the app, even briefly, then the questions freeze and you need to restart the entire deck. Finally, you’re unable merge specified quantities of flashcards from different decks (a.k.a you can’t choose 30 questions from Biology, 20 from Psych, etc. in order to create a new deck). These are just issues that I’ve encountered. I’m sure there are more. Luckily, the cards at included with Kaplan courses so it was no cost to me. Nonetheless, these cards are not worth the cost. Make your own or check out popular Anki decks that are available via Reddit.
Good info, poor design
Freezes after leaving the app or locking phone. No saved progress and makes you start over after leaving the app. Information is good to supplement books, but hard to use the app efficiently when you can’t use previous progress to study the more problematic cards.
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