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MCAT Apps- Any good ones??

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Mrs.Buckeye1992, 05.20.14.

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  1. Mrs.Buckeye1992

    Mrs.Buckeye1992 Queen of the World.

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    There didn't seem to be any recent posts on this, but has anyone found any good MCAT prep apps? I think it would be great to have constant access to information and to be able to "quiz" myself (via flashcards), but there seems to be a plethora of apps available. Kaplan's main one requires that you be a student of theirs, and others cost anywhere from 7.99-29.99, excluding the LITE versions.
    Anyone had luck with one that covers a good amount of what's actually in the prep books? I'm current doing biology content with TBR, but your personal experience is welcomed.
     
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  3. halfwaycrooks

    halfwaycrooks This is a library 2+ Year Member

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    I found using a flashcard app like anki helpful during my prep. Others like quizlet allow you to use sets made by others on the site. May be worth a look...
     
  4. derrick rose

    derrick rose 2+ Year Member

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    MCAT Prep has thousands of questions already, and adds a question a day. However, I find their questions to rather simple. MCAT Flash has a bunch of flashcards made by others as well, which seems pretty good!

    I would definitely like to know about some useful apps that you pay for though! The credibility of all the free ones can sometimes be questioned, but if I payed money for an app I get some reassurance on the quality of the content.
     

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