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What's the best strategy with two months to go?

Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by anon y mous, Jun 20, 2008.

  1. anon y mous

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    I am retaking a 24 in about 2 months, which does not leave me much time to study. My weakest section is physics, followed by bio and my strongest is verbal. I have no idea where I went wrong on my first take as it was lower than any of my practices and I spent a lot of time studying. Towards the end I was getting mostly 28-29. How should i best strategize to significantly improve my score in the short time I have remianing? Thanks!

    PS: mod: sorry I posted this in the wrong forum initially, I didn't mean to double-post; so please delete the other thread.
     
  2. engineeredout

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    the EK 1001 physics book is a good way to drill in the concepts. Are you doing poor on physics due to lack of physics knowledge or just getting the questions wrong?
     
  3. J ROD

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    I would drill concepts along with practice passages and problems for six weeks and then do practice tests for a the other two weeks and clean up any weak areas.

    I have used TPR and TBR for Physics and I now think I can work through most passages. TBR has great practice passages. I was always good with gchem so now maybe I can clear a 10.
     
  4. anon y mous

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    I've used EK; is there something better????
     

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