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Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by nabeel76, Jun 17, 2008.

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    For those of you that practiced with Kaplan online materials, whats the best way to tackle this. I have finished all of the science content review from their books and just recently finished the online content quizzes. I took my first full length test and got a 23 (9 BS / 8 PS / 6 VR) on it.

    My concern now is should I focus on finishing a combination of the topical passages (ex. stoichiometry, Genetics, etc.) in conjunction with the individual sectional PS, VS, BS tests, and then take the full lengths afterwards? Or should I focus on the full lengths and throw in several topical and individual sections in between full lengths?

    Thanks.
     
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    After finishing the content review, I focused on full length tests and sectional tests. A PS, BS, and VR section spread throughout the week after work, then a full length on Saturday or Sunday. When I finished the questions I would review the questions I missed, make a list of those topics, review the content sections in the text, rinse, and repeat ad nauseum. After you do this a bunch of times, the same topics keep coming up until you know them down cold.

    At least, that's what worked for me...
     
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    Cool. Thanks for the advice that sounds like a good plan.
     

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