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cattywoman

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Hey guys,
I really need your honest opinon here cuz I'm getting old.
I took the mcat the first time with TPR, which did JACK with my score.
Now, I got some EK stuff and I don't know how reliable it is. It seems very simplified. I like that, but at the same time I'm a little skeptical b/c TPR had a completely different method.
I'll be taking it in August, and I swear to god that it shall be my last one, otherwise I'm going to a podiatric school...

My weakest subjects are verbal and physical science (woop-dee-doo..what a surprise).
What can I do to bump up these scores dramatically? I'm not talking about going from 10-15, but 6-10..



:love: drunk with wine...
 

premyo2002

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I hate to beat a dead horse, but PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE.. Thats the best way to improve. just do one passage at a time, when your done, read and UNDERSTAND every answer (even if you got it right).
I have Audio Osmosis, and they help, but you really should take notes on sections your not comfortable with the first time you listen. Then, you can listen to them everywhere as a refresher.

Just my 2 cents
 
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