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asdasdasd89

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hello!

in the spring term, I will be doing 40-45hr/wk full-time research and taking the TPR course.

has anyone done this before? I will probably take the MCAT at the end of August, meaning I will be studying for 4 months.

Is this doable? I personally think it won't be a problem but ive read other posts talking about how hard it is to do.

thanks!
 

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I'm in a similar situation, in that I have a full time (50-60 hr/week) research job. However, I have been self-studying over the course of 5-6 months (January 30 MCAT), and it's tough.

If you are still a student, classes + job + TPR course = too much. If you're just working, it should be manageable, especially with the class to keep you on point.
 
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