# MCAT Math Tutorial Video Series

The MCAT is a test testing your mathematics knowledge and critical reading skill. Yet many of these science questions, particularly about chemistry and physics will ask that you work through calculations which possibly take a calculator. However, you're not permitted to use a calculator on the MCAT. As a consequence, that you have to find out how to perform complicated calculations using paper and pencil, or even better, on mind.This tutorial movie show will take you through a collection of mathematics skills, from learning theories to applying hints, shortcuts and tricks. I have kept each video comparatively brief and urge that you work through these in sequence.

**Video 1 – Introduction (must-see)**

**Video 2 – Trick for Multiplying and Dividing Units of 10**

**Video 3 – Factor Of 10 Shortcut (cont from vid 2)**

**Video 4 – Scientific Notation – Addition / Subtraction / Multiplication / Division**

**Video 5 – Squares and Square Roots**

**Video 6 – Fractions, Ratios, Percentages and Proportions**

**Video 7 – Trigonometry + Sin/Cos Value Trick**

**Video 8 – Logarithms and Negative Logs**

**Download Link for the MCAT Math Study Guide Cheat Sheet**