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Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by holyravioli, May 19, 2014.

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  1. holyravioli

    holyravioli 5+ Year Member

    Oct 13, 2011
    As someone who has about 3 months to study for the test, I am looking for a book that will refresh my kind of dormant science information. I'm torn between ek/wiki premed and getting br for sciences. I've read here that ek verbal 101 is awesome. I'm torn which to get. Anybody have any advice? I want something to help me since i am a little rusty with physics and gen chem in particular. Out of curiosity does anyone recommend skipping prep book all together? Any advice is much appreciated!
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    NextStepTutor_2 MCAT Tutor Exhibitor 2+ Year Member

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