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New edition of examkracker books??

Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by kgal16, Nov 25, 2002.

  1. will EK be coming out with new books for april 2003 mcat, since the test will be changing formats??

    i saw on the website that the verbal 1001 has changed...
    but i'm curious about the lecture/review books and the other 1001 books in the series...
  2. AlternateSome1

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    The change in test format shouldn't be too drastic...

    1) Verbal section will be shorter.
    2) Sections will come in a different order.
    3) Bio section will change its focus slightly.

    I can't imagine being at a disadvantage studying from an older set of books as long as you keep in mind the changes.


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