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The Berkeley Review Verbal Strategy

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Jason12, 01.13.14.

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  1. Jason12

    Jason12 2+ Year Member

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    Has anyone tried their strategy? they provide about 100 pages explaining verbal
    and the different types of questions that MCAT might ask.... before I start reading it, I was wondering if anyone found it useful
     
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  3. phantomcello

    phantomcello

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    Your best bet would be to read journal articles. There's no silver bullet strategy. Everyone works and reads differently. It's about honing your skills and being able to read critically. I think you can truly gain this skill with experience and actual reading, and not through a 'strategy' per se.
     

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