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Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by scotties123, Apr 29, 2007.

  1. scotties123

    scotties123 GrandMacDaddy 10+ Year Member

    Apr 29, 2007
    Hey guys. I have TPR books, I have Kaplan books, and I have EK books. Im trashin the kaplan because everyone hates them. From what I can gather on this forum, EK is best for Organic Chem and Bio. People also seem to think that EK lacks in Physics and Gen Chem. So I was thinking Orgo and Bio from Ek, and physics and gen chem from TPR. As for verbal, I do a full verbal section each day, either from AAMC old exams, or TPR. Sound alright? I tried using both TPR and EK for all subjects, and just reading from both, but there just isn't enough time in the day. I know I'm not really asking anything, just wanted to know what people thought. Thanks guys :) .
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  3. floatingsponge

    floatingsponge 7+ Year Member

    Aug 30, 2006
    Forget about the EK books. Do the following:

    1) Do all the problems of 1001 EK Chemistry (best book of the 4 subjects)
    2) Do all the 101 Verbal of EK
    3) Do all the Biology 1001 EK (2nd best book of the 4 subjects)
    4) Do all 1001 EK of Physics (good book but not great)
    5) Do all the 1001 EK of Organic (worst of the 4)

    If you can do all these and get about 80%-90% correct then you are ready to go.
  4. sexyman

    sexyman 5+ Year Member

    Mar 1, 2007
    Did u mean forget kaplan books? if so i concur
  5. BrainTeazer

    BrainTeazer 7+ Year Member

    Apr 25, 2007
    Yup EK is great! I second it!


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