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Taking the MCAT before taking your pre-req

Sumoforme

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    I've read somewhere in this forum that a person has taken their MCAT before taken their pre-req's. I've tried searching for it, but unfortunately I can't find it.

    Can you give me some advice as to how you did it? How did you study for the MCAT before taking your pre-req's and actually do well on it?

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    SOUNDMAN

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      Sumoforme said:
      I've read somewhere in this forum that a person has taken their MCAT before taken their pre-req's. I've tried searching for it, but unfortunately I can't find it.

      Can you give me some advice as to how you did it? How did you study for the MCAT before taking your pre-req's and actually do well on it?

      Fatchicks rule. :love:

      The question is why would you do it? Before taking ANY prereq's, or just one or two? Are you just out of high school, and just want to take the MCAT? Need some more information.
       

      Sumoforme

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        SOUNDMAN said:
        The question is why would you do it? Before taking ANY prereq's, or just one or two? Are you just out of high school, and just want to take the MCAT? Need some more information.

        I actually graduated with a Business degree in 2000 and I am currently doing some missonary work in a third world country. I'm returning to the states do finish up my pre-req's. I would like to take the Mcat this August and would like to start studing for it now. I was wondering what methods people have used previously. :)
         
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