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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Dr.Su, Mar 23, 2002.

  1. Dr.Su

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    has anyone tried examkrackers 1001 chem questions? what did u think? thanx
     
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  3. Premed315U

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    Dr. Su,

    I've done 1001 Physics and it's great. I just ordered 1001 orgo, but I think I'm going to skip the 1001 inorganic. If you need inorganic review I'd definitely recommend it
     
  4. WonderBoy

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    I have heard that the Physics and the GChem 1001 books are great. But the OChem is not that good cause its not written by Jon Orsay (founder of ExamKracker).
     
  5. Street Philosopher

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    I finished the Orgo 1001. I don't know how good it is, but repetition really helped me a lot because I'm too lazy to memorize stuff. (Yeah you read right, I'd rather do 1001 questions than memorize) Anyway, after doing the 1001 book my weakest subject is now one the strongest. So I definitely think it's worth doing if you're not very confident about it. I'd imagine the gchem 1001 is similarly useful as well.
     

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