TPR Science Workbook, TBR full-lenghts, or EK1001 for Physics/GChem?

fila246

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    I'm following the Sn2ed schedule early, but I've been omitting the days where I'm supposed to do EK1001 discretes. By the time I finish the schedule, I'll have three weeks before my exam. Would it be more prudent to go through the bulk of EK1001 to drill, TPR SW passages, or do more full-length exams like TBR (I would have done all the AAMC ones by the time I was done with the schedule). Thanks.
     
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    AktionPOTENTIAL

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      I'm following the Sn2ed schedule early, but I've been omitting the days where I'm supposed to do EK1001 discretes. By the time I finish the schedule, I'll have three weeks before my exam. Would it be more prudent to go through the bulk of EK1001 to drill, TPR SW passages, or do more full-length exams like TBR (I would have done all the AAMC ones by the time I was done with the schedule). Thanks.

      I'd say the more Fls you complete, the better prepared you'll be on test day. Ensure you rest adequately and that you don't burn yourself out. TPR SW has discretes too so I'd suggest that over EK 1001. TPR SW is great overall IMO.
       

      slz1900

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        It depends. If you get done with the schedule and you feel weak in a topic the ek1001 books are good for nailing it down. Everybody says the tprh book has the most representative passages so if you don't mind spending 100 bucks it would probably be worth it. I'd say doing full lengths from tbr probably is the lowest yield since you'll have done so many tbr passages by the time you're finished, and it would probably be good to put those weeks into mastering content before starting the aamcs. My 0.02.
         
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