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Please explain Princeton Review exams!!!

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by gabbers22, Apr 15, 2002.

  1. gabbers22

    gabbers22 Member

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    Hello!
    Just a quick question...I am so terribly confused about the Princeton Review practice exams for their MCAT course. Do they have TWO sets of practice exams...A-D and the 480 series?
    Also...how many of the 480 series are there?

    thanks!!!!
     
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  3. Street Philosopher

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    most of the 480 series (481-484)is proctored, at-site exams. 485 and 486 are given as a supplement during the last few weeks so that you can take them at home. They also give you a book called Practice Tests A-D which is even more practice.
     

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