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When there are a few weeks left, what do you do?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by midn, Mar 27, 2007.

  1. midn

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    I'm past the two month mark before my actual MCAT (May 25th). My TPR MCAT classes will end on May 9th, and I should be done with finals by May 12th. I wanted to know, when you have a few weeks left before the MCAT, how should you spend them?

    What I was planning on doing was saving three of the AAMC tests (8, 9, and 10) to take over the three weeks I have available. There is a lot of information that you can rapidly forget over a short period of time (bio and organic) so how does one go about staying fresh? I have the EK books, so should I just stick to those rather than the verbose TPR books during those few weeks?

    I'll be done with all my practice problems in my TPR books by then, so what are other reliable sources of practice outside the AAMC tests? I don't really care for "MCAT-style" questions, but rather want to work on material that reinforces concepts.

    Any suggestions are helpful so I can ration my practice material accordingly.
     
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