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TBR CBT verbal and bio sections

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by SiR99, Dec 25, 2008.

  1. SiR99

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    Hey guys I already made a thread asking about practice exams, but I have another questions

    For those of you who have done all or at least some of TBR CBT exams and the AAMC exams (and for those who have taken the MCAT), Are they similar?

    I think TBR physical sciences section is good, but when it comes to the Verbal and biology sections of the exams, I'm not really sure, do you guys think that the verbal and bio sections on the practice exams are the same as the real MCAT?

    I'v already started doing TBR practice exams and my original plan was to do them all and then do all the AAMC ones but I'm just not sure if I should do the AAMC exams first, and then use TBR ones later just for practice, because if i do all TBR ones, I wont have enough time for All the AAMC ones.

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  3. TheBoondocks

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    Do a few TBR. However, make sure you do all the AAMCs. After a few TBR, the AAMCS will feel easier. Finally, the BS of Berkeley review is more involved, slightly more knowledge based, but this will give you better background for the more analytical BS sections of AAMC.
     

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