for those who have taken TPR and done well. IS it enough if i just use their material and stay on top of the work and assignments and work hard with it. Or should i utalize many other sources. I plan on doing the aamc exams
ASDIC said:Try to get the 16 MiniMCATs and the 101 Verbal Passages from EK
MoosePilot said:The basic thing you're going to find is that any of these strategies will work as long as you don't divide your time too broadly over too many books or use something really worthless.
If you're already doing TPR, just do TPR and put 100% of your effort into it.
If you want to do something different, pick what any of the other folks are recommending and put 100% effort into it. It's not the prep company that's going to take the test for you.
From my experience, I found that TPR was solid material. It helped me relearn a lot of material, due to 8 years out of college and I improved 4 points from low 30s to mid 30s.
I concur. EK is my main guide for review, but I do all the TPR homework. You can always fall back on the thick TPR if you need more detail. I'd rather goto my school text instead.anon-y-mouse said:In fact de-supplement TPR... it is way way too detailed. Take it from a TPR Bio instructor and master trainer