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Kaplan Premier VS Kaplan 5 Subject Review

Discussion in 'Kaplan Medical USMLE Forum' started by jdbarr7, Jul 17, 2011.

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  1. jdbarr7

    jdbarr7

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    I am contemplating using the "Kaplan Premier" book that contains all MCAT categories in one single book, verse Kaplan's "5 book subject review."

    I like the idea of being able to reference back to a single book as I work through as many practice tests and problems as possible.

    Any personal insight/ experience with either option would help me greatly


    Thank you
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    Also, any thoughts on Exam Krackers would be very helpful.


    Thanks!
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    Hi jdbarr7,

    This is the USMLE forum, so you may also want to post these questions on the MCAT forum. While we wait for students to share:

    It depends what is your specific situation. Some students need a more comprehensive review, so the 5-book subject kit is ideal. For others, the simple high-yield book will suffice. They both include online resources, quizzes, study sheets and more.
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