Jul 21, 2009
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So I came into the June 18th MCAT knowing that I'd have to take it over again. I was scoring anywhere from a 22-27 on the practice AAMC exams the week before and I wasn't going to break 30.

The problem is, I've taken all the AAMC practice exams (#3-10) that Kaplan offers and I'm not sure what to use for practice this time around.

I have some subject specific quizzes I can take and Kaplan/Exam Cracker books to go over, but other than that, any suggestions?
 

RockWhisperer

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Jun 13, 2008
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Getting the Berkeley Review books has really helped me. The passages at the end of each section (about 8 or so) come with incredible explanations. Their way of thinking might be able to help you for the MCAT.

Other than that, I'm not sure what EK books you have but the Verbal 101 and Bio 1001 are both good supplements.