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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by Med Seeker, Jul 30, 2002.

  1. Med Seeker

    Med Seeker Junior Member

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    Short and Sweet,
    Hello fellow students.... I'm just in need of a little group brainstorming. Does anyone know where(i.e. books, journals, etc.) I might pick up 5-10+ examples of well essays written for the MCAT? I have one from my Kaplan book and another from the net, but I WANT MORE! Any guidance would be appreciated:clap:
     
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    the phrase should read "..well written essay..."
    Sorry
     
  3. Dagny

    Dagny PGY-1
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    I recall that there was a good explanation and example in the MCAT registration material. You probably already looked at this.

    I received an S on one MCAT, and our Princeton Review instructor had received a T. The best advice I had was to be clear and to give examples that explained your point. Do not just make a statement. After you make the statement, give an example or application of what you just said. Hope that helps. Good luck!
     
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