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I am retaking the mcat this april. I used ek verbal 101 during the summer for the august mcat and I also went through all the answers. Has anyone else done this and used the book again. Do you think it would be an unfair test because I have already seen the passages before.

There really isn't that many great verbal practice so I was wondering what all you retakers are doing for verbal if you already used ek101.

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I'm doing this for non-verbal, and I don't remember the questions at all that I did last year. I usually don't read passages as in depth as I try for verbal. I think for verbal you might recognize some of the material. It can't hurt though. I would try to get your hands on any new material you can find!
 
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