Kaplan MCAT Fast Facts: Rotational Motion

June 25, 2013
Thomas Fricilone

The MCAT tests critical thinking, not science recall, but mastery of certain science concepts is a prerequisite for the test. In this Fast Facts video from the Kaplan MCAT course, Dr. Jeff Koetje discusses rotational motion and torque as tested on the MCAT. You can watch more Fast Facts and other great, helpful videos at MCAT’s Youtube Page.

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Thomas Fricilone



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