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August......any tips??...

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by docmira, May 21, 2002.

  1. docmira

    docmira Princess of Power
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    Hello,
    I'm also planning to write the MCAT's in Aug..
    I have finished 2 yrs of undergrad..

    Just wondering what your schedules are like for studying...
    ie.
    how many hours of studying a day?
    Key focus areas? etc..

    I'm looking for some motivation, I am really dreading this exam...

    Good luck! :D
     
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  3. Dr. MAXY

    Dr. MAXY Senior Member
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    Review your Chem, Bio, O-chem and Physics as much as you can, but IMO the best way to prepare for the MCAT is Practise, Practise, Practise. That's practise a lot of MCAT style questions.

    GOOD LUCk IN AUGUST.
     
  4. lady bug

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    Perhaps a prep course might help you organize your schedule. Kaplan & Princeton have the most popular ones...
     

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