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    There is no shortage of MCAT resources, especially those claiming to be something along the lines of ‘the best thing since sliced bread’. So, how do you sift out the bad ones and figure out what will really work? We took the time to find for you one of the best and most unique resources: the MCAT 2015 Mastery app.


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    We should note that this is not a stand-alone resource but an awesome supplement that every student should consider. One user says:




    Below, we’ve outlined the ten best features of this app, if you’re not convinced already.
    1. You don’t need internet or data to access any content. Hellooo travel-studying and a better battery life!

    2. Of 144 reviews, the app has a high rating of 4.5 stars.

    3. There are over 1100+ official practice questions (and counting!)

    4. Streamlined and highly organized content to get maximum learning in minimal time.

    5. It costs only $20 (in app) to unlock all the content.

    6. After downloading the free app and purchasing the full version, if after two weeks you don’t love it you are eligible for a full refund.

    7. Questions can be sorted by what is tested most frequently on the exam so you don’t end up wasting time on topics that will realistically only show up once or twice on the actual exam.

    8. Alternate software helps sort questions based on your knowledge level that adapts to your success (and failure) in answering questions.

    9. You can use the app on multiple devices (iPhone, iPad, etc.) with a simple login that automatically syncs all registered devices.

    10. All answers and prompted with detailed feedback not only explaining why the correct answer is right (to check your reasoning) but explaining why all other answers are incorrect.


    Sounds like a pretty great deal to me!




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