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The MCAT. (affectionately
referred to as the Terminator)
When evaluating whether or not to sign up for a course, or buy study
materials, avoid the temptation to try to skimp, because. After
all, it is your future, and it will be far, far more costly or painful
to retake the MCAT if you aren’t happy with your score. On the other hand, with so much stuff out there, it’s easy to
get overwhelmed. Don’t over do it, and remember to economize.
You may be able to borrow books from graduating seniors or buy used
editions online or at your college bookstore. Check around. It’s
a good idea to buy these early, just so you have them on hand when it’s
time to start hitting the books. Thumbing thru a biology MCAT book is
a good idea while you take your own course. While it won’t necessarily
help you on your midterms, it may bring to attention areas that your
class isn’t covering.