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How to print 30+ MCAT study habits???

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by hmm..., Dec 9, 2005.

  1. hmm...

    hmm... I yam what I yam
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    Is there a way to print it all as a txt file?
     
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  3. nekrogg

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    ctrl + c, start run notepad, ctrl + v
     
  4. DrBowtie

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    I think a more effective solution would be to read through and note similarities.
    Save the ink and the paper.
     
  5. OwnageMobile

    OwnageMobile is just a moniker.
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    I'm gonna have to agree with Brett on this one.
     
  6. HunterGatherer

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    I made a text file and cut and paste statements I thought was interesting and tallied what sources people used and tallied self vs. class study. That thread is quite large now.
     
  7. MoosePilot

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    Here's a hint:

    Study insanely intensely using the following materials:

    Examkrackers, The Princeton Review, and/or Kaplan

    Study by yourself if you're good at that or take an organized prep course if you need it because you're less self disciplined or need additional review.

    Do this for about 3 months, take lots of practice tests, review the practice tests.

    Get a 30+

    Abort if you can't get regularly score 30+ on AAMC diagnostic tests under realistic conditions in the two weeks prior to the test.
     
  8. HunterGatherer

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    Hey THIS plan actually worked for me!! Aborted the 2005 April MCAT.



     

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