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Hey guys, I'm currently studying for the March MCAT. I come from a pretty disadvantaged background. As a result, I don't have the means to get many books, prep courses, and other resources.

Does anyone know if any good free resources for MCAT studying? I know there's one free MCAT test by the AAMC.

I also found one free prep course, but they only have the chemistry section completed so far: http://goo.gl/hd3DND

Thanks in advance!
 
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Go to your local library or bookstore. Rent or use the books in the bookstore. Barnes and Nobles has all the EK series and TPR series. I was also astonished to see that my local library had the Hyperlearning set. Rented out the TPRH Bio from there.
 
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Go to your local library or bookstore. Rent or use the books in the bookstore. Barnes and Nobles has all the EK series and TPR series. I was also astonished to see that my local library had the Hyperlearning set. Rented out the TPRH Bio from there.
Just as Johnny said, I would suggest getting the Official AAMC MCAT Topic List from their website and get your hands on any books you can and just go one-by-one and master each topic !

Check your inbox :)
 
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Just as Johnny said, I would suggest getting the Official AAMC MCAT Topic List from their website and get your hands on any books you can and just go one-by-one and master each topic !

Check your inbox :)
Thank you!!
 
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I have another one!

Using Khan Academy in conjunction with the topics listed for the MCAT.