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Best MCAT prep book etc for Psychology/Sociology

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I usually recommend for students to go over P/S once using a review book (doesn't matter which one) and then to go through the KA 100 pg document to find any content gaps. Some students prefer exclusively using the 300 pg KA document, some prefer the books. In the end, it all comes down to preference and you'll get the same information.

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