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ubcstudent123

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  1. I haven't taken their MCAT course, but it would include everything as listed on their website. Princeton Review is known for being very thorough, however, so I would imagine there would be many take-home practice materials given to you. These guys are very rigorous about exam prep.
  2. I was previously considering medical school but have changed my mind and have no use for this certificate that I was awarded at a UBC Pre-Med Symposium. Since I'm still a student, I'd like to see if anyone here is interested in buying this from me, for $1500 (negotiable). It seems like it would be a really good, thorough course; regularly starting at $2199, the Ultimate course covers over 120 hours of live instruction, 13 full practice tests, and over 650 hours of total preparation time, but you should see their website for full details: princetonreview.com/medical/mcat-test-prep. The certific
  3. I was previously considering medical school but have changed my mind and have no use for this certificate that I was awarded at a UBC Pre-Med Symposium. Since I'm still a student, I'd like to see if anyone here is interested in buying this from me, for $1500 (negotiable). Regularly starting at $2199, the Ultimate course covers over 120 hours of live instruction, 13 full practice tests, and over 650 hours of total preparation time; but you should see their website for full details: princetonreview.com/medical/mcat-test-prep. The certificate is valid until December 31, 2018.
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