Additionally, for the other sections I would recommend a round robin of books. Biology — ExamKrackers. This is the best biology book in terms of consensus of others. Chemistry — Berkeley Review. This chemistry book is the best of them all. However it is very in-depth and so people who are well versed in chemistry might find it monotonous and boring.
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Additionally, for the other sections I would recommend a round robin of books. Biology — ExamKrackers. This is the best biology book in terms of consensus of others.
Chemistry — Berkeley Review. This chemistry book is the best of them all. However it is very in-depth and so people who are well versed in chemistry might find it monotonous and boring.
If you are short on time, I might go with Princeton Review Chemistry which is also pretty good. Physics — Berkeley Review. Once again pretty in depth and very thorough. It covers all basis. The Berkeley Books are for at least four to five months of prep in advance of studies.
Organic Chemistry — People say Berkeley Review is the best for this one as well. I really liked ExamKrackers along with questions in Organic Chemistry ExamKrackers separate mainly non-passage based question book and some reaction passage questions.
So you must do lots and lots of practice. Mainly you will need to practice full length tests to get used to conditioning. Do as many passages as possible. If you are taking some time off another person has created a MCAT syllabus that is really useful.
You can take a prep course which is what I ended up doing. So if you get a 25 on the real test you will not get your money back. I only recommend considering a course if you have trouble studying by yourself and to mainly treat it as a class in which you must do all the homework bonus material etc.
If you rely on the class which mainly emphasizes high yield material content review it will not be maximizing the resources they provide you. Source s : I had success but after three tries. Hopefully you get it on your first 0.
Getting a 38 on the MCAT
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whats the best prep for MCAT verbal reasoning and MCAT in general?
Step 1: Assume that a 45 is possible with hard work. Step 2: Work hard. When you wake up you should think about it. When you go to bed you should think about. Tough shit. Sign up then. Best if it shows the seconds ticking.
MCAT Verbal Reasoning