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Help with Sn2ed study schedule


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Jul 11, 2010
  1. Medical Student
    So I'm about to begin Sn2ed's 3 month study schedule and am looking for a little advice on a couple of issues:

    Is there a definitive way to know at what point after studying/reviewing you know the material well enough to move on? For example, is there a certain percentage to shoot for on BR passages? This has always confused me as people will undoubtedly make mistakes in the passages, but at some point must move on because the schedule only allows one day per section. I mean, how do you differentiate between "expected" failure from adjusting to MCAT style questions and failing too much to be considered viable for MCAT success?
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