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Old Posted: 8/17/2008 5:43:39 AM   #1
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Hi, I purchased the 5th edition around summer of 2004, I believe. Had planned to write the MCAT within the following year, but due to some personal and family illnesses it had to be put on hold. I'm still determined to write it, but I'm wondering whether my 5th edition is still useful. I do plan on purchasing other supplemental material at some point, but I would prefer not to have the buy a complete study guide again if most of the material remains the same. Any insight would be appreciated.
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