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2+ Year Member
Mar 7, 2016
Hey everyone,

I see that a lot of you incorporate more than one prep company in your MCAT Prep schedule but I'm curious as to how much that is really needed. So my question is, do you all think EK 9th edition set + KA videos are sufficient enough to get a score of 504-510 on the new MCAT? I would still take a bunch of practice exams from AAMC, NS, TPR and EK but content wise, is EK + KA enough? Any advice/personal testimonies would be very helpful. I have a good 4 months to study. Thanks in advance.


5+ Year Member
Mar 8, 2014
Medical Student
There is no one-size-fits-all formula for the MCAT. Some companies emphasize raw memorization over others. The best thing to do would be to test out various companies' material and see which one suits your needs the most.
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