How to Self Study for the MCAT

How to Self Study for the MCAT

by Alex Arnold Michael Carter
     
 

The MCAT sucks. But studying on your own is so much more effective and enjoyable than taking a prep course. Since you’re reading this, I won’t waste time telling you all the benefits of choosing to study for the MCAT independently. In general, this book is about not wasting your time. I’ll give you specific advice that you can actually use. I won&… See more details below

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The MCAT sucks. But studying on your own is so much more effective and enjoyable than taking a prep course. Since you’re reading this, I won’t waste time telling you all the benefits of choosing to study for the MCAT independently. In general, this book is about not wasting your time. I’ll give you specific advice that you can actually use. I won’t tell you things like “the exam room may be either hotter or colder than you expected, so it’s a good idea to wear layers”, and I won’t waste your time telling you the obvious (get a good night’s sleep before the exam).

Instead, I’ll give you specific things that you can do to improve your performance on the exam itself (how to train to take the MCAT faster for example). And most importantly, I will tell you how to take a prep book and learn the content so well that you feel like you have the test key inside your head during exam day. So let’s get started.

Oh and by the way, I got a 36. Not perfect but definitely good enough.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148300120
Publisher:
JVA Group
Publication date:
01/22/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

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