Even though the MCAT2015 is new, one thing hasn't changed: Studying for the MCAT is a dreaded part of the med school admissions process. There are ways people make this easier for themselves, and ways they make it harder. I realized over the course of my study period that there are a number of ways to maximize your time to get the highest score possible, while also (hopefully) retaining your sanity.
With so much general advice out there, I've focused solely on the 3 most successful moves I made while studying for my MCAT:
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