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MCAT AudioLearn

Complete Audio Review for the MCAT (Medical College Admission Test)
Narrated by: John and Ana
Length: 8 hrs and 28 mins
4 out of 5 stars (46 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Over seven hours of high yield science review for the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT).

Professionally narrated by two medical doctors for accuracy and easy listening, it covers every theory, fact, formula, and equation likely to show up on the MCAT. Discover for yourself what a powerful method audiolearning can be for comprehension and retention of massive amounts of information.

Add this powerful tool to your MCAT preparation arsenal.

In depth review of:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Organic Chemistry

If you're looking to enter medical school in the United States, you'll almost certainly need a good, recent score in the standard MCAT. Nearly 50% of all MCAT test takers sit for the MCAT a second time due to inadequate preparation. Statistically, students who do well spend up to 300 hours preparing for the exam. It is our goal to make this process easier and more affordable than ever before.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

©2016 AudioLearn (P)2016 AudioLearn

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Strangely organized, lots of basic HS level bio

Really doubt they actually cover everything one needs. The narrators have pronunciation problems, they are repetitve, too basic, and disorganized. They're good at telling you what to expect and how to find other places to study. The material doesn't get more and more advanced as you go, making it difficult to skip things you already know.

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Not in alignment with material specified by AAMC

Not in alignment with the material specified by AAMC for MCAT prep. Also, it's obvious that the readers are lay people.

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The most complete audiobook on MCAT!

Any additional comments?

This is probably the most complete audiobook I've come across for the MCAT and the most current...while it may not be the only thing you need to study for the MCAT, it definitely can be a great supplemental aid...especially if you're a listener as I am...the beginning is a bit boring and slow...the science reviews are the most helpful in my opinion...the accompanying PDF is definitely a plus...I printed it out and use it to take notes while listening...good luck!

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Not a good option for MCAT preparation

If this is your only MCAT study material, may god have mercy on your soul.

Tons of material is squeezed into a very short audiobook by way of never explaining anything or spending more than thirty seconds on a given concept. The first section (verbal reasoning/CARS) is good, but then it’s over very quickly and the rest of the audiobook (subject review) is garbage. You can’t gain anything from this unless you already know all the material, and then if you already know all the material why would you need this? It’s unbelievably short for claiming to cover everything on the MCAT. Low-effort cash grab in my opinion. For contrast, the competing MCAT audio review is over 24 hours long and only touches on one subject!

Also, the narrators are terrible and frequently mispronounce or stumble over technical words. And those are the takes they kept! You get the sense that these people are not familiar with the concepts they’re “teaching.” It’s like listening to someone skim Wikipedia articles, which might actually be what happened!

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MCAT is MORE than a Table of Contents

Can you ace an exam (national notwithstanding) by reading the table of contents alone?? Me either. This "complete" review was woefully lacking of substance and I'd like my money back if I could. The narrators are obviously non-medical people as they mispronounce a slew of basic concept words. To top it all off, the male narrator YAWNS during his narration MULTIPLE TIMES. I love audio books. Skip this one.