It's summertime, so now I feel obligated to start studying for the MCAT already. I read a lot of threads about how to study, but it seems like a lot of it is based on what they personally need. I was hoping somebody could suggest some books for me to read on to study for the MCATS. I just finished taking general biology, so is it the right time to practice on biology? I feel like a lot of my biology is very shaky (especially how energy is metabolize and transports). Is there a good book that can cover a lot of general information and also provide good practice? There's a lot of biology that I tend to forget, so should I buy a book for more concept and another for practice? If so, what books? I heard the 1001 bio EK book is good, but has lots of errors. Would it still be recommended? I also finished intro chemistry. I felt the course was very in-depth, but we might not have covered every topic. What book might be good for me to make sure I know everything I need to know and also work on chem. As for verbal, I bought the 101 verbal book. It looks great. However, I was hoping for a section of strategies. Do I need another book for verbal strategy or should practice be sufficient. I have plenty of time till the MCATS. I basically have an entire summer to work on just gen bio, chem and verbal, so my study plan doesn't need to be a speedy one. Any plans?