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Advice for Next April

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by metastasis, Aug 5, 2006.

  1. metastasis

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    I am planning to take the MCAT in April next year, and here is my plan. Please tell me what you think I should add/remove. Thanks.

    I have already taken orgo and did pretty decent, and I had a very high Bio GPA and I took physiology, cell biology, biochemistry and ecology. I will also be taking immunology, virology, nucleus, and clinical biochem next year. I took physics in high school and had done extremley well in it. I will also be taking 6 courses first term, and 4 courses second term with 3 exams only second term.

    Summer 2006
    - Review Physics, EK 1001
    - Review Biology, EK 1001
    - Review Orgo, EK 1001

    During the year
    - Each weekend do a full length verbal. One week Kaplan, the other week EK.

    During the Christmas Break
    - Review Physics, Biology, and Orgo notes
    - Do TPR Questions
    - Kaplan Subject/Topical Tests

    During Term 2:
    - Review Chemistry, Chem EK 1001
    - Every weekend take a Kaplan or TPR full length

    During Spring Break:
    - Review Everything, and continue full lengths

    After Spring Break:
    - Each weekend do an AAMC

    Week before the MCAT:
    - Review Kaplan flashcards
    - Review Notes
    - 2 days before stop studying.
     
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  3. Summer Sweet

    Summer Sweet Le chéri, c'est la vie
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    That's awesome. I'm prepping for next year too, and hopefully I can make myself stick to some sort of schedule like that. Although, I'm going to try and pick a testing date that isn't in the middle of my academic quarters, so I'll have less school stress to worry about around that time.
     
  4. olemissbabydoc

    olemissbabydoc Baby Doctor
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    Your schedule looks great.. i might actually use some of the planning in making my own.

    I'm wit ya on the April date.. or close thereto..
     

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