Want to get an MCAT book: which most closely mirror the actual test content?

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I found the reviews to be somewhat helpful, but they do not show comparisons between types of books. I found that when I was studying for my GRE subject test, for example, some books were way too specific or general and others taught very well to the actual test content.

I'm especially interested in books with a clear, comprehensive science review. Thanks!
 
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