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Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by rox1co, Apr 21, 2007.

  1. rox1co

    rox1co ro.co
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    Jul 28, 2006
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    hey guys, i was wondering if it would be beneficial or pointless to buy the EK set. also, if you could, how much biol should i have in order to know most of the things in the EK biol book?

    i am an undergraduate, i'm currently taking general biol, general chem, and calculus (i've already had anatomy & physiology though). right now, i have the verbal study guide from EK and i like it, it has actually helped shape my way of thinking in a few areas (i'm thinking it might help in the other subjects as well). would it be beneficial to go ahead and buy the EK set and study along with it on top of my other courses.

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  3. poppytart

    poppytart strawberry that is
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    Oct 24, 2005
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    I only took an intro bio course and learned all the physiology from reading the princeton review and EK bio books. I think the most useful book in the EK collection is the 1001 bio book. All the passages are structured like the actual mcat with discretes as well. I credit this book to my bio score raise.

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