REA's Interactive Flashcardsreg; PCAT What they're for and how to use them The Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) is a specialized test for students seeking admission to a pharmacy college and for schools to identify qualified candidates. The exam tests general and scientific knowledge needed for an education in pharmaceuticals. To help you study, REA has put together this book of flashcards, which you can take with you to study anywhere, even on the go. You'll find this flashcard book to be perfect for self-study, for reference, or just for a quick review. REA's PCAT Flashcards contains questions based on the actual test. Studying for the PCAT with the unique features of flashcards in a book format makes your test preparation easier. There are no loose cards to misplace. The cards are always in order for easier, more organized study. Study smarter, using the unique interactive feature not found in other flashcards. Write your answer to a card's question on the front, and then compare it with the answer on the back. The material presented on the following pages is separated into sections like those found on the PCAT itself, including Verbal Ability, Quantitative Ability, Biology, and Chemistry. On the PCAT, you will also find a Reading Comprehension section and a Writing subtest. The Writing subtest allows you 30 minutes to write an essay in response to a statement that either expresses an opinion or presents a problem needing a solution. To improve your essay-writing skills, consult www.rea.com for a host of additional study guides. Bonus material throughout this book offers fast facts on a career in pharmacy and other helpful sidelights. Much consideration and effort went into making this study aid the best of its kind. It is my hope that you will find this book to be an invaluable reference for your PCAT studies. Larry B. Kling Chief EditorResearch Education Association Staff is the author of 'Pcat Flashcards Pharmacy College Admin Test', published 2006 under ISBN 9780738601403 and ISBN 0738601403.