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New edition of examkracker books??

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' 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...
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  3. AlternateSome1

    AlternateSome1 Burnt Out
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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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