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"Brain Dumping"

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Mrs.Buckeye1992, May 19, 2014.

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  1. Mrs.Buckeye1992

    Mrs.Buckeye1992 Queen of the World.

    May 2, 2014
    Has anyone used this as a form of studying/on the test??? Writing down as many charts and formulas as you can as fast as you can? Assuming you could do so before you begin the mcat... Say during the tutorial.

    If so, which formulas/how would you set up your sheet of info? If you're going to memorize a sheet of info enough to continuously spit it out into paper, you're hypothetically going to just memorize it, correct?
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  3. NextStepTutor_1

    NextStepTutor_1 Next Step MCAT Tutor Exhibitor 2+ Year Member

    Apr 29, 2014
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    I would suggest this in part. Before you take the test, you can look at the notes of stuff that you are most likely to forget or get wrong, and then write it down on your scratch piece of paper. However, I wouldn't try to memorize a bunch of equations since that is not how you should be thinking on the MCAT. Instead of memorization, you should know the concepts behind each of the equations and how they relate to one another.

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