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help!! I forgot EVERYTHING

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by marina1285, Apr 13, 2007.

  1. marina1285

    marina1285 5+ Year Member

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    so i began looking at the kaplan book the other day, i just bought everything i'm going to use to study...kaplan, topscore, destroyer, achiever, barrons, and schaum's outline of biology... i'm taking the test on august 30 and i'm going to begin studying hardcore on june 1st but i honestly feel like i forget EVERYTHING... the only thing i remember from orgo is what a benzene ring is, I don't even know what general chem is anymore (it's been 3 years), bio is probably ok, because that's my major and it's always fresh in my mind with my bio electives, math i've always been good at, but i'm freaking out about chemistry a long time ago i got A's in all these classes but i dont remember a thing :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: i'm terrified, does anyone else feel like this?? what should i do, and do you think it will be possible to relearn all this stuff in only 2 months??
     
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  3. Steve19

    Steve19 Member 5+ Year Member

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    lool..yeah..it happened to me 2..I remember that i've got an A on the organic chem...a year later..i forgot everything..i used kaplan blue book , schaum's , cliff notes, organic chemistry as a second language and my old organic chem notes.then everything came to me .. :D one by one....dont panic ..relax and hit the books hard..it will all come to you...
    you mentioned that you are using barrons..be careful..barrons full of errors and doesnot cover many things ...study the other books and you'll be safe ! :)
     
  4. stallownage

    stallownage

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    hopefully she's using barron's only for the PAT section.
     
  5. pre-dentalguy

    pre-dentalguy Senior Member 7+ Year Member

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    Don't worry about that not remembering, it will come to you.

    Marion
     

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