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Pre Mcat studying studying

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Mrs.Buckeye1992, May 17, 2014.

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  1. Mrs.Buckeye1992

    Mrs.Buckeye1992 Queen of the World.

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    Hey all! I just reserved my seat on the very last MCAT in Jan (23rd), and I was wondering where I should start studying. I plan to follow SN2ed's 4-month study plan (while taking a light courseload), and let's just say I haven't finished all my pre-reqs. My question is are there any specific books that can strengthen my overall studying knowledge base before I actually begin studying? Thanks in advance!
     
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  3. GodComplex

    GodComplex 5+ Year Member

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    What prereqs haven't you finished?
     
  4. ImhotepIII

    ImhotepIII

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    Don't rush to take the MCAT, its not something to take lightly especially if you haven't taken all the pre-reqs, what if you tank your pre-req's or get a "C" then you'll most likely not fully understand the material and therefore not fully grasp the MCAT material. MCAT content just reviews the stuff that you should have some familiarity with already...It will be an uphill struggle.
     
  5. billy2908

    billy2908 2+ Year Member

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    Buy/Rent/download the pre-req textbooks of your school. Look up the schedule of the professor whose class you signed up for. Pre-study for your class instead, so you will have more time doing other stuff outside of class, including but not limited to studying for MCAT.
     

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