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Publisher's Summary

This book outlines the benefits of completing your pre-professional course requirements at a community college with sound advice regarding coursework, the professional entrance exam, and interview for pre-nursing, pre-pharmacy, and pre-med students.

©2017 Tony Guerra (P)2017 Tony Guerra

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Where does Community College Pre-Med Classes rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This book is worth. It has every information a pre-med, pre-pharm, and pre-nursing student needs. I will keep it for my children.

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Straight to the point with good advice

Would you consider the audio edition of Community College Pre-Med Classes to be better than the print version?

Information like this is like a book of instructions, you should read it, but you don't because of time. The audiobook makes it more readily available to listen to while I watch my kids.

What other book might you compare Community College Pre-Med Classes to and why?

Community College Success by Isa Adney

Which character – as performed by Braden Wright – was your favorite?

The book doesn't really have characters, but his reading is conversational and engaging.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Just good information to fill in some gaps.

Any additional comments?

Good value for the price.