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Course SummaryOur engaging test prep course takes the stress out of studying for the PCAT Quantitative Reasoning Subtest by providing you with resources you can access to study 24/7. These include short lessons, self-assessment quizzes and tests and help from our expert instructors.
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About This Course
In this informative study guide course, all the subjects you'll encounter on the PCAT Quantitative Reasoning Subtest are highlighted. These include inequalities, algebraic equations, limits of functions, and complex numbers and vectors as well as basic statistics and probability. Before or after reviewing the lessons, use the quizzes included with each one to keep tabs on your progress. Upon completion of this course, you should understand these subjects:
- Fractions, percents and decimals
- Problem-solving strategies for algebraic equations
- An overview of inequalities and linear equations
- Functions - the basics
- Interpreting plots and tables
- Probability and statistics
- Linear correlation and regression
- Logarithmic and exponential functions
- Complex numbers, vectors and limits of functions
- Continuity - an overview
- The rate of change
- Calculating derivatives
- Understanding anti-derivatives and integrals
About the Exam
The Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) is used by pharmacy colleges for admissions purposes. This exam is made up of a selection of subtests, of which the Quantitative Reasoning Subtest is one. Test candidates are given 45 minutes to answer 48 items, many in a problem-solving or word-problem scenario. The test sections include questions on precalculus and calculus, algebra, basic math and probability and statistics.
PCAT Quantitative Reasoning Subtest Preparation & Registration
If you need assistance preparing for the PCAT Quantitative Reasoning Subtest, look no further than this helpful study guide course. This course is made up of individual and bite-sized lessons that make studying subjects such as continuity, the limits of functions and inequalities easy and enjoyable. Help is available from our team of professional instructors when you submit your questions through the Dashboard.
The PCAT exam is given at various times throughout the year on a first-come, first-served basis. To ensure a spot, early registration is encouraged. Just schedule your preferred test date and time online and pay the required fees. On test day, candidates must arrive at the testing center 30 minutes prior to their scheduled test time with two forms of valid identification, one of which must have a photograph.
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