I'm figuring out that these MCAT prep companies need to add something to there packages: MORE EXAMPLES How many of you are finding that after you finish a chapter you feel somewhat confident, but when you start to do the practice questions, it's all for not! Especially orgo. I'm not having too much trouble remebering Markovnikoff's Rule or the fact that electron donating groups direct ortho and para, but I need to see a bunch of real world examples to truly understand it!! The real MCAT rarely asks you this information directly. It hides in inside a giant molecule or places it on top of a pole in a hurricane. Know what I mean? I'm just venting because even though I feel like I've memorized most of Examcrackers' books, I still think that the real test is going to confuse me because I haven't seen enough examples to feel comfortable! Rant off.