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Full Lengths?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by an aspiring doctor, 05.13.14.

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  1. an aspiring doctor

    an aspiring doctor

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    Hello everyone

    I want to know if anyone has any suggestions on how I should approach the full lengths I have left. Is it likely that I could do three full lengths a week because I have been attempting that approach and it has been difficult partly due to the process of post phrasing. Is it me or is it hard to do? I have been studying solely and my responses have been limited to sdn. When I read forums on sdn I see that there are many who are doing three full lengths a week.
     
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