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Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by seas06, May 11, 2008.

  1. seas06

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    Can someone who did well in Bio tell me how they studied for it? Any specific books? practices?

    I do ok in PS (~10-11) and I have read examkrackers bio but I have never been able to make it to a 10 (i usually get 6s and 7s)... This is so frustrating. PLEASE help!!!!
     
  2. TheBoondocks

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    read the 30 plus thread. Numerous people who killed the BS posted what they did.
     
  3. jamesrick80

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    Examkrackers bio 1001 works wonders
     
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    What do you tend to get wrong? Do you feel you do not have the material down?
     
  5. seas06

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    First of all, Thank you so much to all of you for responding!:love:

    Honetsly guys, I miss everything, genetics, Biochem, physiology, I just get so confused with all the experiments and what's going on... I KNOW i am not DUMB,:mad: ( i was an engineer and did really well in various science classes) I am starting with 10-11 in PS (hoping to improve to a 12 or so) but Bio shows no improvement. Should I read the contents (a bio book?) or shoudl i take exams?
     
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    you have to get the content down so you are comfortable with the material, then hit the tests to apply what you learned
     

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