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$100 Off The Princeton Review MCAT Courses

Postby ThePrincetonReview » Fri Feb 05, 2010 7:17 pm

Dear members,

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Use promo code: STUDENTDOC100 when enrolling online at the Princeton Review or give us a call at 800.2REVIEW (800-273-8439). For details and complete course offerings, visit http://www.princetonreview.com/partner/studentdoc.

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Re: $100 Off The Princeton Review MCAT Courses

Postby brycepj » Tue Mar 27, 2012 2:47 pm

Frankly, I think Princeton Review is a pretty good course. I've written reviews of it on my own website and others many times. But if you're just starting to look around for an mcat prep course, I recommend taking some time to read what has been written by independent reviews online before you make any big commitments. Again, nothing against TPR, but it's not necessarily the right course for everyone. Each mcat prep company has different styles and materials and if you're going to dump close to $2000 into a course, you should really try to find one that suits you. You should also ask yourself if you really need to be taking an MCAT prep course. Some people benefit from them, some people don't. Also, every test prep center is a little different depending on who runs it and who teaches at it, so I'd recommend talking to someone who's taken classes there. Thanks, Bryce
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Re: $100 Off The Princeton Review MCAT Courses

Postby Jflex1MCAT » Sun Apr 08, 2012 12:25 pm

Nothing is wrong with a good deal.
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Re: $100 Off The Princeton Review MCAT Courses

Postby dakrsize3 » Sat May 07, 2016 2:06 am

Understanding and knowledge for new ideas here.
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