Tobtolip

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Hmm... that title sounds vaguely familiar to a song I know by this columbian lady.. oh well!

Anyways, my question is, do you know if Kaplan (or any other prep course) that allows you to use their libraries after your done with their course? I'm not really the type of person that likes to study in intensive bursts (8 hours a day is insane to me). I like to spread it out over a long period, like say a year. Even with my normal course exams I usually study a week in advance to avoid "cramming" things in ( I dont work well with cramming hehe)

I would be willing to take a Kaplan course a year in advance if they would give me access to their libraries till I took the actual MCATS. Does TPR or Kaplan or wherever have such programs?

Tob
 

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Kaplan definitely gives you access to their centers and website materials for a full year. I think if you sign up by March 31st you can save $50 (they called and harassed me yesterday, and I'm like, thanks, but I'm trying to get in this year!) <img border="0" alt="[Laughy]" title="" src="graemlins/laughy.gif" />
 

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Oh, I'm so sick of doing Kaplan. I hope that the real thing is not such a downer.
 

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I found the Kaplan library to be so useful. There was a constant supply of new practice questions to help me prepare for the MCAT. Good luck and study hard, you can celebrate after you're done...