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what's the best way to prepare for verbal

Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by NewKidin2block, Apr 30, 2007.

  1. NewKidin2block

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    what's the best way to prepared for verbal?

    I only have the ExamCracker 1001 passage. is there any good preparation material floating in the market?
     
  2. Symphony101

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    practice. review your results, the ones you get wrong AND the ones you get right. practice pacing. practice relaxing.

    practice practice practice. :luck:
     
  3. KeyLime

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    Keep a log of all the questions you get wrong, and WHY you got them wrong. After awhile, you will probably see a pattern. For example, I was missing many strengthen/weaken questions because I was reading them incorrectly. This way you will know where to focus your efforts.
     

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