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If you could only have 1 MCAT study resource what would it be and why?

Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by RadMD1day, May 11, 2007.

  1. RadMD1day

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    Which study material has been the most beneficial to help you prepare.
     
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    AAMC Tests followed by Examkrackers Complete Set.
     
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    It's hard to narrow it down to one resource, given the relative importance and complexity of the MCAT (it's multi-subject). However, I will say that if I were to take it again, I'd probably buy all of the old AAMC tests and take them all. Assuming you have a good baseline of knowledge, a major barrier to overcome, for many, is in being familiar with the test, diagnosing and solving remaining holes in knowledge, developing good test-taking strategies, timing, and in ironing out any test-taking issues.
     
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    AAMC's archive of questions from which they draw from to put on the test


    In all seriousness, I'd take the EK complete set if I had to pick 1 thing
     
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    As a kaplan course taker, I agree with this.
     
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    Thirded. I was a Kaplan online course taker.

    EK is very good at summarizing important stuff. Plus color pictures + diagrams = the win.
     
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