I'm buying some more test prep materials for this summer. I'm planning on taking it on the July 18th test date. By the time summer rolls around, I will have taken all of the required classes for the MCAT and for admissions to medical school. I've also completed a few upper level bio classes as I'll be a Senior in the fall. I took a practice MCAT through Kaplan a month ago or so and scored a 27. Physical sciences was by far my worst section (7) followed closely by verbal (8). Much of the material in the PHYSCI section looked very familiar, I just couldn't remember exactly what I needed to do. I'm currently not studying for the MCAT, I was busy with classes and such, and now I'm finishing up assignments and am preparing for finals. Now that you have my background information, I'll get to the question. I'm currently looking at working hard on physics, general chemistry, verbal, writing, and A+P. I'll also try to keep my mind up on bio and o-chem, but that is by far my strongest section. What all should I buy? I currently have a comprehensive review from 2005-2006 from Kaplan. I also have a Schaums for Physics. A friend of mine is going to give me the newest Kaplan comp review. I was looking at buying some or all of the following: "MCAT Workout" by the Princeton Review, Examcrackers complete study package (is it the same material as Kaplan???), The MCAT Physics Book, Examcrackers Verbal Reasoning and Mathematical Techniques, Examcrackers 1001 Questions in MCAT Chemistry, Examcrackers 101 Passages in Verbal Reasoning, and Schaum's A+P. Has anyone used any of these books? Should I be looking at other series' as well? Thank you for any help.