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Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by jon stewart, Jul 29, 2011.

  1. jon stewart

    jon stewart Senior Member
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    How do you all review your practice tests/problems?

    Do you write on a note card the question, the answer choices and why one answer is correct or do u just write the explanation to the answer?

    ofcourse you have to note to yourself why you got it wrong ( didnt understand topic/question/didnt read answers carefully..etc)




    its taking me a long time to go over my questions bc i am doing the former...any advice?
     
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  3. Melomare17

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    some people just read it over, and reason why they got it wrong, and dont need to write it down. others keep track in a notebook/ms word document. others even make notecards for what they got wrong and what they need to still work on.

    i think note cards take too long. if u have time then do it, otherwise i think ur better off making a ms word document and just typing what u got wrong since its easier to review it, and quicker to make them as well. try different things and see which one is most beneficial to you.
     
  4. paul411

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    For the science sections, I kept a log of missed questions; I would write down a phrase or keyword about the specific concept I missed/did not understand. Shouldn't take more than a few seconds.

    The content review of all the stuff from the log takes more time though.
     

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