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Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by rama kandra, Dec 2, 2008.

  1. rama kandra

    rama kandra Actual Psychiatrist jk
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    Has anyone taken them, and if so, which site did you take em and how was the prep?

    I am considering taking the course and only have until tomorrow to save 150 if I register. Worth it?

    PS - I am someone who could use a push or a class structure to get me through material. However, I would prefer to know what the course did that helped you do well on the exam itself.
     
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  3. G1SG2

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    Hi, I haven't taken the course, but according to their website they only give you 2 of the 8 AAMC exams and 3 of their own exams for practice as opposed to other prep companies like Kaplan or TPR that give you all 8 AAMC exams as well as 11 and 9 of their own full lengths, respectively. EK, Kaplan and TPR review courses all run around the same price, but for the same price you can get so much more than just 5 exams if you decide to run with Kaplan (19 exams) or TPR (17 exams). Just a heads up.
     
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