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TPR Hyperlearning

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by 911dds, Dec 9, 2008.

  1. 911dds

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    does anyone know where I can get a hold of TPR Hyperlearning? I tried Ebay, Amazon, and SDN classified ads, but no luck. What is the difference between the TPR Hyperlearning and the regular PR books used in their prep course or are they the same thing? :confused:
     
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    I got them through a friend, but I've seen a few ads on craigslist recently.
     
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    Yeah, I checked craigslist too...nothing. What is the best way to study gchem? I'm going through the examkracker gchem review book, but i need it to be broken down and explained to me like i'm 6 years old. any advice?
     
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    Advice dog recommends kaplan, destroyer, and textbooks. :)
     
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    how about the TPR gchem. i heard that was easy reading and explained things really well. I'm pressed for time so text book is too much. I have destroyer but can't work on that until i get the foundation solid. already did kaplan, but wasn't enough.
     
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    Can't comment on the physical sciences review... I didn't have it at my disposal when I was studying for the test. I only used the biosci review book and the mcat science workbook and both were pretty good. Maybe you should check out a condensed textbook... something like schaum's college chemistry...
     

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