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Good Pcat Book

Discussion in 'PCAT Discussions' started by Rxdotcom, May 14, 2008.

  1. Rxdotcom

    Rxdotcom 2+ Year Member

    Jan 7, 2008

    I wanted to get a good idea of what a good PCAT study guide would be. I have the Kaplan books form the class. But looking at it I feel as though extra information would be helpful especially for the biology section. I've heard that the exam krackers MCAT book is really informative and that the barrons is too easy. any reccomendations would be appreciated:) I really want to ace the pcat! Thanks!
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  3. dovebar

    dovebar Guest

    Jun 20, 2006
    examcrackers is really good...i used it to study for the mcat a long time ago so i have all the subject books it gives you a lot of practice to recall info like hormones and basic bio facts that you might have forgotten since taking biology.

    i'm taking it in june and i'm studying with:
    old princeton review mcat book.
    examcrackers subject books
    barrons'-i purchased it without knowing it was too easy like everyone said, but it's good to review the basics.
    exams from the official pcat site
    cliff's practice tests( i think practice is the key).
    & last but not least-gre flashcards for verbal.

    it's a lot...and i doubt i'll get through all of it, but i should have enough practice to key in the main points. :luck:

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