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Questions about which Examkracker books to buy

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by ghm, Apr 26, 2002.

  1. ghm

    ghm Member

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    hi guys.

    i was wondering which of the examkracker books to buy. . .there's a 5-volume set: the "complete examkrackers guide". . .does that include everything (ie: the 1001 study questions). . .they didn't give a description of which books were provided. . so, does anybody out there know what that set includes?. . .or what, i should buy so that i can get the complete set (how many books are there total?)

    also, is it true that examkrackers does not provide answers and explanations to their questions?

    thanks for you help guys.
     
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  3. uffda

    uffda Senior Member

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    the 5 book set is their teaching set -
    physics, gchem, ochem, verbal/math, biology.
    there are explanations of concepts, formulas, what you have to know, quizzes and practice 30 min exams.

    the 1001 questions series is separate and different - just questions/passages - no teaching or explanations of concepts.
     
  4. ghm

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    are there solutions and explanations of solutions in the 1001 books
     
  5. uffda

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    I don't have them myself, I believe the solutions and brief explanations for the solutions are given - but not the teaching of the concept in the first place.
     

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