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Endcap reviewing tips??

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by ruraldr2b, Aug 1, 2002.

  1. ruraldr2b

    ruraldr2b ruraldoc
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    Was just wondering if anyone had any extra insight on the best method of reviewing everything one last time. I am about done with all of the Kaplan topical tests and have two practice tests left. I was thinking about going back through the end of chapter questions quickly, the flash cards, and reviewing missed topics on old full-length, section, and topical tests. I don't have any extra full days to do the AAMC tests-would doing the sections separately when I have time help? Any advice would be great!

    Good luck to all of you August MCATers
     
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  3. uffda

    uffda Senior Member
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    have you taken any of the AAMC tests (III, IV, V, VI) or just the test-prep practice exams?

    you really should take AAMC tests - they are different than the test-prep exams - if you can only take them in sections - then take them in sections - that's how I took AAMC III and AAMC VI - one section at a time, over a few days.
     
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    ruraldr2b ruraldoc
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    Thanks for the advice. I haven't taken the AAMC tests and think I will just take them in sections when I can and try to take verbal some time in the morning
     
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    If you haven't taken the AMCAS tests yet you absolutely need to. The other practive tests (Kaplan, Arco, etc..) simply aren't the same. You need to get a feel for how AMCAS asks question. I'c recommned tests III-VI.
     

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