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MCAT before Physics II

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by lauram2004, May 10, 2007.

  1. lauram2004

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    I am taking the May 31st exam and am taking physics II this summer. I am throughly okay with taking the exam again in august, but I wanted to see if anyone else felt that this hindered them at all under the same circumstances. It is starting to worry me. I have been dedicating LOTS of practice to physics II material. I just ordered Physics exam krackers 1001 problems to supplement kaplan and audiolearn cds. Any suggestions?

    Scores so far:
    Kaplan Diag 23 V: 10 PS: 6 BS: 7
    FL1 20 V:7 PS: 5 BS: 8
    FL2 25 V:10 PS: 7 BS:8
    FL3 30 V:9 PS: 9 BS:12
     
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  3. oxeye

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    I did it but I don't recommend it to just anyone. I took the MCAT April 2006 and just finished my final for physics II this morning actually. I scored well on PS but I devoted a significant amount of time to teaching myself the material before the test.

    If you are good at motivating yourself and can stick with a study schedule, it can work. In general it is not a good idea, though because there tends to be a lot of material from the second semester on the test.

    Good luck!
     

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