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Discussion in 'PCAT Discussions' started by mlee45, Jul 21, 2011.
88th percentile composite...
Definitely recommend Dr. Collin's, without a doubt.
92 composite. Definitely recommend it for chem and verbal!!
We aren't allowed to go over exact questions from the exam, but how did Collins measure up for Biology? Would you recommend studying the packet, the practice tests, or both?
Also - Any general biology topics you think I should review? It would be much appreciated.
It is the subject I have been studying the least and I need to spend about a day freshening up.
I'd say both if you have the time. Try to know everything in the packet- it really has the main info that might show up. Some of the practice exam questions you might never expect ended up being on the real thing (possibly in a different form, but the subject matter/answer the same), so I was glad I did them all. Aside from Dr. Collins material, maybe study a little more about the nitrogen cycle, fungi, and maybe some anatomy (specifically what different organs do).
Thanks. I was just studying this today
What about the quantitative for collins? I feel like I do those quicker compared to the pearson exams. Also are collins microbio sufficient for knowing all the diseases each microbe causes?
I took the pcats last week (July 20th) and the math was really hard compared to collins. Pearsons is a better representation but it was still harder :S