zmhs95

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I live on the East Coast, and I want to take an in-person MCAT course this fall in time for the January MCAT. I was debating between TPR and Kaplan, but will also consider others. I do need a lot of review for content as I've forgotten a lot of the material from my pre-reqs, as well as guidance on test-taking strategies. I also need motivation and structure for my studying, which is why I am interested in taking a course. If anyone has any advice or past experiences with these course, it would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.
 
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Zenabi90

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If TPR gives you access to the Hyperlearning book set, TPR for sure. As long as you don't mark them up, there's a high demand for TPRH books on the second hand market.

Otherwise, whichever is cheaper/closer. Ask them if you can attend a single day class or something to try it out.
 
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