dohlo

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Mar 16, 2010
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So I am taking April 10th MCAT and my AAMC scores are still about 2 or 3 points away from my goal. I have taken a bunch of tests and gone through the EK 1001, etc.

What are your thoughts about going over past questions that I have gotten wrong, and making sure that I've mastered those questions perfectly versus continuing to solve new problems, going over the answers once, and then moving on to more new questions? The alternative would be to probably do questions, review the answers, and then revisit them again in a few days and then once more. I'm pretty sure I have enough material to do new questions until test day.

I think that it would probably be good to see as many question possibilities as possible before the real deal, but going through so many questions seems sort of disorganized at times for me, and I am not sure of the actual benefit.