premedstudent55

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Does anyone know if EK cover all the topics that will be tested on the MCAT? I also have Kaplan review books, but I realized that Kaplan books are more lengthy than the EK. If it is possible I would just want to focus on the EKs stuffs.. (101verbal, 1001 orgo,chem,bio,phys, complete set, 16 miniMCAT)
 

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EK covers everything you need to know for the MCAT. I used them exclusively and highly recommend them; there was nothing I came across that they didn't mention.
 
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Thanks, I will take your words for it and focus on EK reviewbooks and just look at the kaplan stuffs for references... how did you do on the actual MCAT?
 

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Although I didn't find it necessary, some people here say if you are particularly weak in a section, you can use a different source for studying. Either way, I think EK is to the point and without excess information, so it's the ideal primary source. I got a 13PR/11VR/15BS on the actual, which was comparable to my AAMC scores (13/11.5/14.5)