azrk

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I noticed that the verbal 101 book gives you line numbers in some of the questions unlike the aamc FL's.

Does the real Mcat give you line numbers in some of the questions? Sometimes its difficult to find the specific word they are asking you about. Line numbers would REALLY help for me anyway.
 

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Since I'm assuming AAMC's practice exams are old MCATs and they don't have page numbers, I'm going to say no. I'm with ya, its pretty obnoxious when they're like "such and such word probably means what?" and I have to search through the entire passage...ugh. So don't get spoiled with EK!
 

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I decided to scratch out all the line numbers in the book...such a pain :cry:

What Im doing instead is glancing at the questions before hand to make sure there are no questions that only ask about one word. If there are (Usually only one question a passage) I just make note of it before reading the passage.

They are so evil with the exams. Makes me wanna cry :(