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Do you have to flip back and forth between questions and passages?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Green912, Aug 12, 2002.

  1. Green912

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    My AMCAS practice tests are all stapled pages so I frequently need to flip back and forth to answer questions. I absolutly hate it. Is the real deal the same or is everything kept on the facing pages?
     
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  3. limit

    limit Molesting my inner-child
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    The real MCAT is actually held together by a paperclip. The font is light green on a dark green background, double spaced, and handwritten.:D
     
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    For verbal - no, you won't have to flip. For the sciences, you might (at least in the AAMC you have to).
     
  5. Kry

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    Really? Mine was written on used toilet paper. I knew I shouldn't have chosen a test center in Afghanistan. :D
     

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