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Do I have the right Kaplan book?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Mutterkuchen, Jan 23, 2002.

  1. Mutterkuchen

    Mutterkuchen Senior Member
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    I want to buy the Kaplan MCAT book, but am not sure that the one I saw at Barnes and Noble is the correct one. The one I saw was called the MCAT Comprehensive Review with CD Rom and had a $65 list price. Is this the right Kaplan book that I have read about on this forum?
     
  2. Wahoo

    Wahoo Senior Member
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    That's the one I used. It's identical, word for word and picture for picture, to the books that are sold in the $1000 Kaplan course. I used that book, and a few of the AAMC practice tests, as my only materials to prepare for the MCAT
     
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    Kazzar Psychiatrist
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    That's what I used... I got a 34R and I didn't take a course. I highly recommend it. (I got 10V, 11PS, and 13BS, so you might want to read a lot of newspaper articles and books while you study for the sciences... you can't use a review guide to get good at passages for the verbal section. Not much, at least.)
     
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