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Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by RadMD1day, May 11, 2007.
Which study material has been the most beneficial to help you prepare.
AAMC Tests followed by Examkrackers Complete Set.
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.
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
As a kaplan course taker, I agree with this.
Thirded. I was a Kaplan online course taker.
EK is very good at summarizing important stuff. Plus color pictures + diagrams = the win.