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How long did it take you to do ALL of the KAPLAN practice problems?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by disque71, Dec 1, 2005.

  1. disque71

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    I am in Kaplan now, and was wondering how long it takes to complete ALL of their material. Thanks.
     
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    bump.....
     
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    You cannot finish every question if you include the Qbank
     
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    Excluding Qbank, about 3 months total.
     
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    how did you do on the MCAT?
     
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    Good enough.

    Make sure you go over the problems you get wrong (and the ones you get right, to make sure you are getting them right for the correct reasons). Practicing problems will expose you to new situations, and will speed up the thinking process on the real test.
     
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    thanks for the info!
     
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