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Does anyone find themselves looking back at old sources?

Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by nothing123, Jun 2, 2008.

  1. nothing123

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    Mar 15, 2008
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    Does anyone else find themselves constantly looking back at lectures notes from an undergrad course, old textbooks, even high school notes to supplement their content review? I do this for almost every subject primarily because I want to be thorough but I feel like I'm wasting too much time on it. Sometimes it's useful to clarify understanding of concepts but at other times, I can't even let go of a equation without seeing the derivation. I'm enrolled in the TPR course, are the books they supply 100% sufficient?

  2. SN2ed

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    Jun 27, 2007
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    I never looked back on my old sources. I thought I would, but I understood EK's material. I don't know anything about TPR's content review stuff. It sounds like TPR might not be a good fit for you because you are doing a good amount of backtracking. Here's a link to some MCAT prep material: http://forums.studentdoctor.net/showthread.php?t=526267

    You should be spending more time doing practice problems. When is your test date?
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