dragonjinse

7+ Year Member
Feb 22, 2011
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I'm going to take MCAT in May 30th, 2013.
I'm looking for the prep-books right now.
Some people suggested me about Princeton and Kaplan prep-books.
>> Which brand should I get?

I already purchase AAMC official guide.
I plan to buy EK 1001 soon.

So please give me your suggestions.
I'm really appreciated .
 

Trayshawn

5+ Year Member
Feb 11, 2012
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dude, this same EXACT question has been asked atleast 100 times before in just the past year.
Just look around the forum - the search button won't bite.
 

MedWonk

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7+ Year Member
May 13, 2010
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Medical Student
I'm going to take MCAT in May 30th, 2013.
I'm looking for the prep-books right now.
Some people suggested me about Princeton and Kaplan prep-books.
>> Which brand should I get?

I already purchase AAMC official guide.
I plan to buy EK 1001 soon.

So please give me your suggestions.
I'm really appreciated .
Roll with the materials you like best and are highest-yield for you. I rolled with TBR, TPRH, and EK 1001, then capped it off with AAMC practice tests. Others roll with EK, Kaplan, and do TPR practice tests. It all comes down with what gets you the highest yield. There is no best book for everyone. It's highly dependent on what your needs are. If you don't like TBR, try EK. And if you don't like EK, try Kaplan, or Princeton Review, or even try out WikiPremed or Chad's Videos, maybe mix supplement it with Khan Academy or the tons of free course lectures available on iTunes. There's a ton of resources out there, but it's up to you to figure out what works best for you.