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Tpr hyperlearning in classroom or online?

RafMin

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Apr 27, 2011
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    Hello All,

    I am going to be taking the TPR Hyperlearning course. I just can't seem to decide whether to take the online or in classroom one. The online is cheaper.

    If someone can offer valuable advice it will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks a lot.
     

    SaCkO

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    Mar 1, 2011
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      Hello All,

      I am going to be taking the TPR Hyperlearning course. I just can't seem to decide whether to take the online or in classroom one. The online is cheaper.

      If someone can offer valuable advice it will be greatly appreciated.

      Thanks a lot.
      Take the online.. The class is a waste of time .. most of the studying would be you and the books..
      If you can get the books without the class its even better .. the only good resources are the AAMC.. the TPR exams are bad but they can be good practice pre AAMC
       

      pfaction

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        I prefer in class because it gives me structure, but it CAN be a waste of time-takes me 5 hrs for a 2 hr class...oh well. TPR practice exams are pretty hard to be honest, and only test what's in the books. So watch out for that. They're wayyyy harder. If you want to gauge where you are, take TPR4 - my highest marks with a 15 in BS. So purchase TPR online if you want, because the AAMC's are included in them
         
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