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  • amplifire, a revolutionary learning application

    amplifire leverages key findings from Nobel Prize—winning brain research to produce high knowledge-retention rates to help you learn more efficiently.

    We have integrated amplifire with selected questions from your Science Workbook to help speed up your learning process and increase your recall and mastery of General Chemistry, Biology, Physics and Organic Chemistry.

    With amplifire, answers and explanations from your Science Workbook are presented in a computer-based format just like the MCAT exam. Within each assignment, questions are followed by step-by-step explanations shown in a cycle of "test, learn, retest" that repeats until you master all the concepts in that section.

    Working through MCAT questions with amplifire will help you:

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