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MCAT remediation: PR verbal accelerator and etc?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by in4mant, Dec 2, 2005.

  1. in4mant

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    Okay, i took the august MCAT and i didnt do as well as i wanted to
    i consistenly scored in the low 30s when i took kaplan
    and when i took the real deal, i ended up with a 27 (8VR, 9PS, 10BS)

    i kinda suck at physics and verbal so i've been considering taking classes
    that specifically focus on PS (or verbal)

    ive done a little search on the web and stumbled upon the
    princeton review verbal accelerator course

    1) does anyone know anythign about this speciailized class? is it worth my time?
    Money isn't really the issue here.
    2) are there classes (not online) that specifically covers PS?

    thanks for your help
     
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  3. nuclearrabbit77

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    i'm an m4 and i retook the MCAT back then because i felt really jittery (back then you started on the verbal section). my verbal which was v-7/p-12/ b-13 went up to v-11/p-12/b-13.

    i focused mainly on verbal so i dont know how applicable this would be for PS.

    the key is to get test materials and do a crap load of questions with explanations. you are good enough at this point to understand the fundamentals and you should practice doing a crap load of problems. i took problems from the verbal work by kaplan and princeton review and then got verbals from all the practice tests i could find . if you collect enough, you can reuse verbal questions a period of time later.

    i also believe that this will also help in quickly analyzing the sections for bio and PS as well.

    study hard and good luck in4mant.
     

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