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Study methods - Timetable.

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Engg to Doc, Jul 13, 2002.

  1. Engg to Doc

    Engg to Doc Member

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    Hi all,
    For those who plan to take the MCAT next year, what does your review plan look like? I studied all the material 10 years ago and I am starting to review them. Do you do Bio, Chem, orgo and Phy chapter by chapter or do you handle one subject as a whole chunk at a time? Those of you who took the MCAT already, what was more effective for you?
    I'd appreciate any help with drafting my 'timetable'. I seem to be having a major information overload!
     
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  3. wgu

    wgu Senior Member

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    I'm taking it next August. For the whole year I'll be working on my weak point- verbal (and maybe writing). Within 6 months I'll learn any science I haven't covered before and then do science review. Last 2 months will be doing practice every available free time. Last 2 weeks will be doing practice every waking moment. I REALLY don't want to take it twice.
     
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    Thanks, that really helps - Checking the AAMC topic lists is something that never occured to me. I have started learning science topics that I have not covered before. And... verbal is my weak point too (as is for most of us!) So I had better start working on that!
    I don't know what I would have done without SDN!
     

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