TheEugenius

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Considering that everything is memorized and understood from The Princeton Review Complete (not the package) and the MCAT section of Khan Academy, will that be sufficient for scoring a good mark on the MCAT? Do the 2 have everything necessary?
 
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The test is more about critical thinking than memorization. So knowing every detail of both the PR and KA is sufficient knowledge wise, but not solely enough to do well on the test.
 
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TheEugenius

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The test is more about critical thinking than memorization. So knowing every detail of both the PR and KA is sufficient knowledge wise, but not solely enough to do well on the test.
I plan on doing loads of practice tests after studying the two thoroughly which should help with using the memorized facts for critical thinking. But of course content such as details of cellular respiration should be memorized, no?
 
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TheEugenius

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By the way, what's the difference between TPR Complete and TPR Hyperlearning? I notice that the latter is separated into categories, but is TPR Complete really complete?