MCAT Wall Signs

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Jun 17, 2009
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One thing I found very helpful during my study period was to make giant, wall size flash cards for topics that I had a real tough time remembering.

I hung them pretty much everywhere--on the refrigerator door, in the living room, in the walls of my gym, etc.

I have made a giant zip file containing all of the signs as Word documents. Feel free to download and enjoy. I will scan the handwritten ones and append the files in the upcoming weeks once I finish my applications.

In the meantime, if you have any questions, please comment on this thread or PM through SDN.

FYI on the results: I was up to 35-36 in practice, but made silly timing mistake on PS and misread three orgo questions to choke a bit end end up with a 33S. Still, I'll take it.

If you like the signs, feel free to comment on my MD apps.
Proud to be both a community college and Ivy grad!
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Apr 15, 2006
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While it is a good idea, looking at your walls makes me scared of the MCAT, and I've already defeated it 3 times :scared:


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Jul 21, 2009
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My brother and I do the same thing.

It does work to some degree.... granted I don't look at it as often as my brother does.

But I can attest to it working.
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