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MCAT Prep course & Audio Osmosis

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by t2oo5, Aug 9, 2006.

  1. t2oo5

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    How many of you will taske classroom MCAT prep course? and What do you guys think of ExamKrackers Audio Osmosis?
    Thanks!
    Tom
     
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  3. olemissbabydoc

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    AO is saving my life... I don't have the time for a course, nor do i live in an area where courses are given.
     
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    AO is great- easy to follow, and good refresher of material, just watch out for errors... there's a list somewhere of mistakes, if you get it- would be great. Otherwise, I'd also recommend their EK books, and some practice tests- that's all you need to do well. The course is there to keep you focused and on schedule. Otherwise- it's up to you to study and practice- something you could do without the expense of the course.
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