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Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by logic meme, Apr 21, 2004.

  1. synapse lapse

    synapse lapse tokyo robotic
    15+ Year Member

    Mar 14, 2003
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    Ok, so I know there have been 5000000 forums on this topic, and i promise I have read them all. From my extensive research I have decided which books to buy for the MCAT in August. Here is my list, suggest any others I shoulda add or your opinion:

    Examkrackers Complete Package 5th ed
    Kaplan Mcat 45
    Kaplan Practice Tests
    AAMC pratice MCATs 3R - 7R

    I already own:

    Kaplan Mcat Comprehensive Review
    Audio Osmosis

    This is of course in addition to my class materials. P.S. keep in mind when making comments that 1)I am fairly strong in all these subjects so won't need too much review and 2) I am a philosophy major and Verbal will be no challenge and hasn't been historically for me.

    Thank You for your help.....
  2. shock827

    shock827 Senior Member
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    Feb 29, 2004
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    Seriously, why are you asking then? All you need is a review book and practice tests. :thumbdown:
  3. apar01

    apar01 Certified Consumer
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    Nov 3, 2002
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    Out of all the things you listed, I would personally use the Examkrackers package and AAMC exams. However, I took the TPR prep course and wish I had used the Examkrackers books (it must be nice to actually have books with color in them!!!)

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