Maigret Man

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Folks,

I am looking to apply to med school next summer so I want to take the MCAT in April. I have looked around at exam prep sites in my area. Are the classroom based review classes worth all that money?

In my area, there seem to be once a week classes, which run virtually the school year and twice a week classes for half the time. As I am taking Bio this year (twice a week at night), I am leaning towards the longer, once a week regime.

Pros: Allows me extra time to review leisurely the physics and gen chem I forgot

Cons: Peaking too soon
Trying to juggle MCAT prep/Bio/full-time work in research

Any input would be appreciated!

Thanks!
 

IckeyShuffle

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From my experience, I would say take the longer duration one. the more time you spend looking at the material over a longer period of time the more it sinks in.
 

geno2568

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thats an easy question

dont take a prep course

:)
 
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