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MCAT confusion!

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Gladiolus23, May 16, 2014.

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  1. Gladiolus23

    Gladiolus23 2+ Year Member

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    So I'm registered for the August 27th MCAT and since summer has finally begun, I have approximately three months to study for this thing. But I don't know where to start! I have the TPRH, EK and BR sets and am taking a Princeton Review course starting in June.

    I have also looked at SN2'ed's study plan. I know he says to read BR, but since I am taking a Princeton prep course, I thought I would stick to the TPRH books for content review and do practice questions from all my other books (I'm not planning to read BR and EK word for word...I don't think I'll have that much time :() Would this be okay?

    What else should I do right now before I start reading and doing VR passages?! I want to begin studying this weekend, but as of now, I don't have a legit study schedule. Any suggestions?
     
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    listener23 Banned Banned 2+ Year Member

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    hoihaie Banned Banned

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    for verbal read all the test prep book and find a strategy that you feel most comfortable with
     

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