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Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by doubledigits, Jul 24, 2002.

  1. doubledigits

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    For those who have used the examkrackers set which is more helpful, the 1001 questions or the actual physics text or must they be used together to do any good? Thanks.
     
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    I would say the actual physics book because that's what explains things so well. The 1001 questions is just to pinpoint and practice what you're weak on and is not in MCAT format.
     
  3. missbonnie

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    Use both. UNless you feel that Physics is a strong topic for you. The 1001 questions are just science questions, no mcat format. Meant to drill in the science concepts. Well, there are some "passage" based questions, but they are not meant to be mcat style.
     
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    I absolutely loved their 1001 series. It systematically takes through different topics and lets you figure out on your own the topics you do not understand or do not know. I was able to figure out how to solve projectile motion stuff in this book by myself.
     

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