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Schaum's Outlines: Biology (2nd Ed.)

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by Dr. Yankem, Jul 21, 2006.

  1. Dr. Yankem

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    On Amazon, there is a feature that lets you "look inside" the books you are searching for...so I took a look inside this one...is it just me, or is this book dead on with the biology material covered on the DAT?

    Can anyone who has bought this book & written the DAT confirm if this book contains the same scope of biology as the test itself (is it worth a purchase?)....
     
  2. 714guy

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    I've been reading this book, Its pretty good if you need to just refresh your bio, alot better then the kaplan bio section. Whenever I to understand something more, i just go to campbell. I'd recommend it, can't lose its only 12 bucks.
     
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    Dr. Yankem

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    So it's only good as a "refresher", I mean I'm in a B.Sc program but I haven't taken classes like Ecology and Zoology (nor do I plan to) ...so I would need supplementary material for those sections of the DAT as opposed to simply reading Schaum's ?
     

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