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yungwunn911

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Hi everyone,

Hope everyone; quest to do well on the MCAT is going...well.

I decided to get a couple kids from my class to group study for the mcat. But we can't seem to find a effecient method to study in a group, this exam is so..personal..that it makes it tough to study with other people.

As of now, we seem to be doing 3 conseq passages and going thru each others thought processes. It seems redundant though. But, anything to get more mcat hours in right? I just don't want us to be wasting our time.
 

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I say doing passages within study groups is inefficient use of MCAT study time. The best thing to do during study group time would be to test each others knowledge. Sometimes it helps teaching other people what you know about a subject this in turn helps you and the your study buddy. Doing passages is great, but asking questions like biology or chemistry is the best. My two cents good luck!!!
 
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