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Best single book to start prepping for OAT?

Discussion in 'Optometry' started by ada, Mar 21, 2004.

  1. ada

    ada New Member

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    Hello all,

    I'm just wondering which OAT study book is best for someone who needs refreshing in each area, and has never taken physics before. I've been scanning through the forums and the MCAT books or exam crackers seems to be most popular. I'm in a situation right now that I' can't take any classes (out of the county), but I would like to at least start familiarizing with the OAT. So I'm wondering which book would be best to get started? Thank you all.

    April
     
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  3. Tony.

    Tony. Senior Member
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    ada/April,

    look through Kaplans OAT book, they also provide flashcards you can use.
    I have to be honest with you, I really struggled with the physics portion of the OAT, I did well, but studied WAAAAY in advance (matter of fact I took the summer off and just drilled myself with physics material)

    you stated that you've never had physics before, I suggest you take a course before you begin to officially study for the OAT
     
  4. ada

    ada New Member

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    Thanks anothertony. I will definitely take physics when I get back, but I will look at getting the Kaplan OAT book for now. Thanks again for replying!
     

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