Favorite Section on the MCAT?

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    BS!! I just plain loved this section. It was always my saving grace in my practice tests and the real thing. After feeling like crap about the rest of the test, I'd step it up into high-gear with the subject I knew best. And Organic is awesome, people who don't like it don't know what they're talking about!
     

    G1SG2

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      BS!! I just plain loved this section. It was always my saving grace in my practice tests and the real thing. After feeling like crap about the rest of the test, I'd step it up into high-gear with the subject I knew best. And Organic is awesome, people who don't like it don't know what they're talking about!

      I know, right!!!! :thumbup:
       

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        BS!! I just plain loved this section. It was always my saving grace in my practice tests and the real thing. After feeling like crap about the rest of the test, I'd step it up into high-gear with the subject I knew best. And Organic is awesome, people who don't like it don't know what they're talking about!

        I don't hate organic. I actually like it better than Gen Chem and Physics...

        I just always never feel 100% about an answer I chose in organic so it makes me uncomfortable.
         

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          I like BS the best because it's the easiest for me (uhm, hi, bio major) but I find the VR passages really interesting. They're a pretty great source of random knowledge you would probably never acquire if you weren't preparing for the MCAT.

          i totally agree! but it was always awkward trying to explain a conversation segue as, I was studying for the mcat and there was the fascinating verbal topic...I'm sure I've become somewhat boring to be around b/c my life is the mcat, and, um, the rest of the world has a life lol....

          I know it's for a purpose, i'm just saying....
           

          Charles English

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            i totally agree! but it was always awkward trying to explain a conversation segue as, I was studying for the mcat and there was the fascinating verbal topic...I'm sure I've become somewhat boring to be around b/c my life is the mcat, and, um, the rest of the world has a life lol....

            I know it's for a purpose, i'm just saying....


            i do this all the time to my wife. something will remind me of a particular essay, and i will try and explain it to her to no avail. the topics can be so esoteric and interesting. she told me i should (once my scores come out and if i never have to worry about this stuff again :xf:) take all the practice passages and put them in a binder and she will read them. after june 30th, i hope that i can.
             
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