Any MCAT book you would recommend?

Aerodynamic

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    Hello,

    I am a new member to the forum and just finished my second year as a pre-med student. I was wondering if any of the members would recommend me a book that I can study for MCAT. I checked on Chapters, the new edition of Kaplan 2009, and found out that it has all the sections. I don't know if it is advisable to buy one book that contains all the sections or to buy each section separately. Or is there any other book that is better in one section than the Kaplan ones?

    I am looking forward to your responses.

    Regards,
     

    SN2ed

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      Biology: 1. EK Bio + EK 1001 Bio, non-detail oriented 1. BR/TPR Hyperlearning, detail oriented 3. Kaplan

      Physics
      : 1. BR 2. Nova 3. TPR Hyperlearning 4. Kaplan

      Verbal: 1. EK Verbal + EK 101 Verbal 2. TPR Hyperlearning 3. BR 4. Kaplan (Avoid if possible)

      Organic Chemistry: 1. BR, by far 2. TPR Hyperlearning 3. EK/Kaplan

      General Chemistry: 1. BR, by far 2. TPR Hyperlearning 3. EK/Kaplan
       
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      LostInStudy

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        Biology: 1. EK Bio + EK 1001 Bio, non-detail oriented 1. BR/TPR Hyperlearning, detail oriented 3. Kaplan

        Physics
        : 1. BR 2. Nova 3. TPR Hyperlearning 4. Kaplan

        Verbal: 1. EK Verbal + EK 101 Verbal 2. TPR Hyperlearning 3. BR 4. Kaplan (Avoid if possible)

        Organic Chemistry: 1. BR, by far 2. TPR Hyperlearning 3. EK/Kaplan

        General Chemistry: 1. BR, by far 2. TPR Hyperlearning 3. EK/Kaplan

        SN2ed, I think you should make an additional section called "additional practice" and start putting EK 1001 books and TPR hyperlearning science workbook. Just my opinion, it would probably save another thread from popping up from the same person after they finish content review. At the very least it would give them everything they would learn in one post.

        Totally up to you though because you're the one that goes through the threads posting the list.

        -LIS
         

        TurkSurg

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          SN2ed, I think you should make an additional section called "additional practice" and start putting EK 1001 books and TPR hyperlearning science workbook. Just my opinion, it would probably save another thread from popping up from the same person after they finish content review. At the very least it would give them everything they would learn in one post.

          Totally up to you though because you're the one that goes through the threads posting the list.

          -LIS

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