Oct 20, 2013
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So I have all the materials I need:
Entire Berkeley Set
Entire Examkrackers series
Entire Examkrackers 1001 series
Entire Kaplan Series
All AAMC and Kaplan Practice Tests
PR Hyper learning verbal

NOW WHAT?! I am planning on taking the MCAT next April. So I have about 4 months, but during this time I still have classes and ECs to keep up with. How much time should I try to set aside for MCAT studying daily? What books series should I focus on more? Should I try to memorize content or rather understand? By this I mean, I won't be able to tell you specifically what steroid it if you asked me, but if I saw it I'd recognize it. Will I have enough time?!
 
Aug 12, 2013
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Step 1, breathe. Step 2, visit the forum that's completely dedicated to the MCAT. Step 3, make a study plan (or follow the SN2 schedule if you inclined) and stick to it until test day.

It will be all right.
 

Lya

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May 13, 2013
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I would refer to MCAT forum for more details.

Check out its stickies. They will answer most of your questions. You should focus on understanding more than memorizing, whenever possible. 4 months are enough, but it depends on how much time you can set aside for MCAT studying.