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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Premed315U, Jul 21, 2001.

  1. Premed315U

    Premed315U Senior Member
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    Hi Everyone,

    I'm studying for the April MCAT, and I'm aiming for high 30s. Should I use ExamKrackers? Princeton Review? Or Columbia Review? I'm considering using the Princeton Review for studying everything, and then doing a more specific review of each topic with either ExamKrackers or Columbia Review. Please let me know your thoughts and experiences with these books.

    Thanks bunches
     
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  3. Jamier2

    Jamier2 SDN Hillbilly Moderator
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    I liked the Columbia Review, but I only scored in the low thirties. I'd also say that I did not use the books to their fullest potential. Yes, I slacked a little.

    As far as the other choices you mentioned, I never used them, so I don't have an opinion about them. Good luck with whatever sources you opt for. :)
     
  4. kreno

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    Kaplan is best. Their library is wonderful - by far better than TPR. Specifically, you'll get just WAY too many mistakes in the TPR stuff.

    ExamKrackers is great too,but in a different sorta way. Make sure to use their two 1001 questions books on Orgo and physics - they're great (particularly the physics one).

    Good luck on your exam

    kreno
     

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