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Does your head seem full?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by alphaholic06, Apr 13, 2004.

  1. alphaholic06

    alphaholic06 Doctor, Who? Me?
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    My head seems so full of information, but I'm still afraid that i don't know enough. Does anyone else have this feeling?
     
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  3. indo

    indo Feed me a stray cat
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    I'd say its time to stop studying. Just relax until Saturday and get your sleeping pattern right.

    Even if you only partially remember an equation chances are that the passage will offer some kind of clue. And remember, the wrong answers are just as important as the right answers!

    good luck...relax.
     
  4. PhillyEaglesFan

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    Yup. Stop studying.

    I stopped about midweek when I took it. Two or three days isn't going to affect your score at all.

    BTW, that's a good sign. You don't want to be feeling that you have too little information.
     
  5. DSM

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    Just wrap an ace bandage around it really tight and don't let anyone stand too close to you (in case of rupture) :D
     

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