Hubby J decided to look into the medical school route because his desire to be apart of the changes that can, and are being taken in the psychological health. Through all the pain caused by the organic chemistry, biology and physics classes all needed to apply to medical school. He learned that he needed help reviewing his courses for the MCAT. So we spent the $230 for the books and $300 for the test....(it still hurts me to think about it) and any time he could spare he studied.
So has it been worth it?
As the Student:
The online test questions, the flash cards and the books so far have been beneficial in improving not only information to help you focus and know where to begin, but also the wording of question and the vocabulary that the test uses. Each book helped my hubby know in which areas he was most forgetful and where to focus more.
From the budget:
So....as the one who does the budget, can I say that it was worth it? I am still not sure. Here is why: