pbear Posted June 11, 2011 Report Share Posted June 11, 2011 I've been studying from the TPR books (and doing the course online) for four weeks now. I am getting really frustrated with the passages/questions TPR assigns. I'm not a science major so I'm learning organic chemistry, chemistry and physics from scratch... I've been working through the questions and I'm getting all the freestanding questions close to perfect but when it comes to the TPR books' passages, I'm getting close to 0! I find that it requires a lot of external knowledge about the subjects that they don't teach and I don't have. What do I do? Did anybody find that the TPR passages differ from the actual MCAT? Are the MCAT ones more difficult? I realize one can not know EVERYTHING for the MCAT and there will be questions where accurate estimations will need to be made, but I find that most of the passages assigned by TPR require external knowledge not provided in the passage OR the course. BLAH! I feel so discouraged My MCAT is on August 19th and its already kinda the middle of June. There. That's my rant. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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