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VR passages the days before the test

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by bluesTank, May 14, 2007.

  1. bluesTank

    bluesTank Zombie

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    Is it a good idea to continuously do verbal passages the days before the test or is it better to let your mind relax in that respect to prepare for the real deal? Basically would I be better off studying for the BS/PS sections, or practicing more verbal passages (I am taking May 16). My weak point is verbal, so i'm not sure what to do.

    Thanks for the advice
     
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  3. vicinihil

    vicinihil Member
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    it's up to you. If you think finding out why your answer for number 13 on passage 4 of some random company's test prep material would benefit you then go for it. Otherwise I say you spend that day memorizing formulas and reading the newspaper etc other than wasting time on verbal.
     
  4. qtrlifecrisis

    qtrlifecrisis Left of the middle

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    I've found that my score drops when I skip verbal practice for more than a couple of days, so I definitely intend to do at least three passages everyday till my test date (may 25).

    Good luck! Kill it!
     

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