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foofighter7

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hey ppl, i want to study as soon as possible, but im confused as how i should start studying? do i just review the books or should i be takin practice mcats? let me know please!!
 

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I would say take a diagnostic test. One without any studying. This will show you where you need to focus. Then do a content review from the review book. Then take more practice tests and restudy the weak areas.
 
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