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Selling books, some for less than $10 =) [Feb. 7th, 2012|08:50 pm]
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ruchirahni
I'm not sure if this is taboo in this community- my sincerest apologies if it is. But I figured I would try. I'm going to put it underneath a cut just in case it's out of place or offensive.

ExamKrackers 1,001 Questions in MCAT Physics, brand new- $10 + shipping,

Princeton Review HyperLearning Physical Sciences Review, brand new- $30 + shipping

Princeton Review Hyperlearning MCAT In-Class Compendium, brand new- $20 + shipping (it's an interesting array of passages with the answers in the back, I did it before test day and it helped me a lot)

Kaplan MCAT 45- These passages are hard but they're great to challenge yourself with directly after you study a certain section. For example, when I had Genetics down pat, I did all the Genetics problems. The hard questions cemented the material in my head. $15 + shipping

ExamKrackers Organic Chemistry, gently used- $12 + shipping

ExamKrackers Physics, new- $15 + shipping

and MCAT for physics, a thin volume with lots of passages, new- $2

I'm flexible on all the prices. Please do compare on Amazon if you have issues with any of them! No books have any writing in them whatsoever. You can comment here or e-mail me at chiofruchi@gmail.com if interested. Thanks, everyone, and good luck in your grad school journey!
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video tutorials [Jul. 25th, 2009|04:47 pm]
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lyricwizard1

Hi. I'm new to the community and I'm preparing to take the MCAT. I'm studying by using the Research and Education Association's (REA) MCAT Prep Book. However, I learned that what's offered in prep books is usually convoluted and full of filler. So, since I'm more of a visual learner, I was wondering if anyone knows of any websites that offer free video tutorials? I'm aware that MCAT-prep.com offers a limited amount to those who don't register with them. Unfortunately, I'm a little tight on money at the moment and I was wondering if there are any alternatives.
 
Thanks.
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KAPLAN REVIEW SET [Jul. 1st, 2009|02:09 pm]
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iheartuknow
I'm posting for my sister since she is too sky to do so. I don't know if this is allowed (please delete if not).

My sister, like everyone else here, was preparing for the MCAT this summer. She had already paid for the Kaplan course online (which was about $1,600 T__T), and had received the books from Kaplan. After going through all these, she changed her mind and decided that she wanted to go to Pharmacy schools instead. Now she's stuck with the kaplan books for nothing. She didn't want all that money to go to waste and therefore she asked me to post here and ask if anyone would be interested buying those books.

The books are brand new, never been used! If you are interested, I will post some pictures of the books for you to see. We can discuss about the price of those books also.

If you are interested, you can leave a comment here or contact me @ xiaoshu11364@yahoo.com

thank you and good luck on your MCAT!
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HELP POOR PHYSICS STUDENT [Mar. 13th, 2008|07:50 pm]
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skinnyhunny2
A human canon has a spring constant of 35000N/m. The spring can be extended up to 4.5 m. How far (horizontally) would a 65kg clown be fired if the cannon is pointed upward at 45 degrees to the horizontal??

I CANT DO IT !!!!!!! HELP!!!!!!!!!! the answer is 1.1X10^3 m
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(no subject) [Oct. 8th, 2007|09:36 am]
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raggy124
im waiting for my mcat scores....2 days and 7 hours to go! any advice how to not lose my mind while waiting?
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Highschool [Aug. 17th, 2007|07:46 pm]
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skinnyhunny2
I am a high school student who is aspiring to become a doctor. I know that hard work, motivation, and intelligence is mandatory just to get into med school. However, I was wondering if any of you students regret not doing something or pursuing something in high school which may have helped you right now, as you are preparing for the mcat. If there is any advice that you can give a grade 12 student in terms of preparation for what awaits, I would greatly appreciate it.
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(no subject) [Aug. 15th, 2007|11:24 am]
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cathynow
If I take the mcats twice, do both scores get sent to schools? Or how does it work?
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Transitioning from a nurse to an MD [Apr. 2nd, 2007|06:54 pm]
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smalls777
I assume most of you folks are either in the process of taking MCAT or have taken it already. I was curious to ask a few things, and searching on the internet seems to be difficult. How easy is it for a nurse to enter medical school? I've always wanted to be a doctor, and although I love nursing, I find myself wanting to be an OB/GYN the more I'm on my unit. I'd love to be able to do such a transition but I've been told that with becoming an MD, there is a certain age limit (not sure what that means) and I'm not sure how much school/residency is needed to get done with everything and finally become an OB/GYN. I've got my B.S. in nursing and my GPA was about a 3.2 (yeah sucks). I'm 28 years old and....uuuh that's it. So what advice can you send my way!? Help a sista' out!
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(no subject) [Jan. 7th, 2007|02:10 pm]
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miss_tina
[mood |curiouscurious]

Anyone planning to write the MCAT this year?
What school(s) are you applying to?
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Waiting for the results :( [Nov. 4th, 2006|08:15 am]
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ms_phd
http://www.medicalschool.whogotin.info
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