orangeblue

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I've been hearing that TBR tests haven't changed since 2010. I know that TPRH Verbal book hasn't changed in the past few years for sure. But wondering if someone could second that TBR tests haven't changed since 2010?

I know that it doesn't really matter that much, since the test is basically the same over the past few years.
 

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Would it be beneficial to order the TBR CBT's too? I already have the old Kaplan Exams, a couple TPR CBTs from Cracking and Elite, and all the AAMCs? Should I get te TBR CBT too?They are pretty expensive, and I'd rather not buy them, but if they are that beneficial in prep for the MCAT, I'd buy it...
 
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orangeblue

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I'd say less is more : It's not about how much tests you (while a certain threshold number is important 10-12) it's about how well you learn from them.

TBR and Kaplan / and AAMC are the only materials I'm using..SN2ed says TBR tests are pretty good.
 

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Yeah, that's why I want to get them, but is there a difference between the first 3 and the last couple ofthem? I may be able to buy 3 of the tests, since they are pretty expensive.