Hello! My bad, I though the EK 1001 and the content books were the same for some reason.Which EK 1001? The only EK practice book that got a recent change that I can think of is EK 101 Verbal. If you really meant EK 101 Verbal, go with the older book. The newer version contains the same passages, but they cut questions to get the book to the new format.
Hi SN2ed!You're probably fine with the content review books being old. EK hasn't done any big changes in awhile.
Yeah, I saw your post, but I didn't want to derail the thread into an ask SN2ed thread
First off, why do you "need" a 35+? Having a goal isn't bad, but if you're consistently scoring well you should take the MCAT. Next, make sure you're using all NEW practice material when you're studying for your retake. Also, since verbal was your big problem, you should do more than just EK 101 Verbal. It'd be a good idea to hunt down TPRH Verbal Workbook and EK 16 mini MCAT. You should aim for at least 3-4 verbal passages per day, excluding break days and FL days.
Normally, you'd probably be okay with only EK 101 Verbal for that length of time, but you mentioned, it's a weakness. Hence, I think it's best if you do a few more passages per day.
To reiterate, GET NEW PRACTICE MATERIAL.
Did I mention GET NEW PRACTICE MATERIAL?