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doc1215

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Greetings all-

I am preparing for MCAT and would like to know recent study suggestions? I'm trying to generate a study schedule. I have been trying to locate a MCAT tutor in my area, but haven't had much luck. TPR seems to be ridiculously expensive and I just can't afford that. I am currenlty pregnant with my first child and have some time before I have the baby in March, so I want to start preparing now. I do have EK books and some TPR. I would like to know what you guys think would be best for each subject. I found that I like EK because it's more lively and sraight to the point vs. TPR, however I've also heard that TPR is better for physical sciences. I plan to take the MCAT in May of 2009, and just wanted some input. Also, I do have EK Audio Osmosis, but was wondering if you all have experienced or heard of any other effective audio MCAT tools. Thanks for your input....truly appreciated.:)
 

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I'm spending about 4-5 weeks of reveiw, then concentrating to LOTS of questions from practice test from AAMC, kaplan and the EK 1001 questions ...despite its many errors:mad:
 
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