MCAT Elite: Advanced Strategies for a 45

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Princeton Review
Random House, May 25, 2010 - Medical - 415 pages
To impress the admissions officers at the top med schools, you need a top score on the MCAT. Once you've mastered the basics of the six MCAT subjects, you'll need to hone your skills and boost your score by practicing only the toughest questions on the test." MCAT Elite" has everything you need to answer the most challenging MCAT questions and get a top score on the MCAT, including:
- A diagnostic exam to help you identify your individual strengths and weaknesses
- Targeted techniques to improve exactly where you need help
- Study tips from top MCAT instructors
- Practice sections designed to look and feel exactly like a real MCAT

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