It looks like you’re just getting started on your MCAT prep. Vk45de mentioned buying a Princeton Review book because they’re more comprehensive. We produce many MCAT books, some wide-ranging and some more specific. I would suggest our Cracking the MCAT 2010-2011 edition since you’re in the beginning the stages; it is more all-inclusive. As you get further into your studies, I would suggest more explicit books. Hot off the printer, we also have MCAT Elite: Advanced Strategies for a 45 (2010-2011 edition) as well as MCAT Workout. For a 10% discount and free shipping on Cracking the MCAT, go to this link: http://www.randomhouse.com/princetonreview/business/
and type in this code: SNMA at checkout.
Furthermore, have you thought about taking any courses? Sometimes self-study isn’t enough. I would recommend you taking a free practice test here: http://theprincetonreview.com/free-onli ... tests.aspx
and see how much work you have to do. You may feel you need more help than you thought, or it may reassure your decision to self study. Either way, it’s a good idea.
If you have any questions about any Princeton Review materials or courses, please feel free to ask me. Good luck on your prep journey!