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Princeton Workbook vs. AAMC

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Focus, Aug 1, 2002.

  1. Focus

    Focus crazy!!

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    Hi everyone, I am posting this for a friend.

    What's everyone's opinion on the difficulties of the princeton workbook as compared to AAMC's? We were discussing this earlier, just wanted to see what you guys thought. Thanks.

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  3. Blitzkrieg

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    I'm in the minority here, but I found that using the AAMC practice items..albeit, from 1991 for Verbal and Sci, helped alot more than the princeton review ones did.

    In fact, I only used TPR for a bit of physics..the rest was kaplan. Oh, and I read over the *big* science review one afternoon, but it was just to confirm kaplan.

    Do the AAMC practice items..esp. verbal. All of them.

    At this point? MCAT is what..2 weeks away? Start to slow it down, but do a good 2 or 3 full length practice tests between now and next week...go over EVERY SINGLE problem that you miss, and know why you missed it.

    Try to take all the AAMC tests, III and up, if you haven't already..(2 or 3 of them).

    If you have taken the AAMC tests, move on to kaplan if possible.

    g/l
     

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