iPad for Pre-Med/MCAT students

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    Hey everyone! I hope you are all doing great!

    I was wondering if anyone has any advice, tips, or recommendation for apps or websites that can be used on the iPad to help visualize and train pre-med/MCAT students? I know of Khan Academy(great website) and some OK/decent MCAT apps in the appstore that doesn't help much in understanding the material.

    Thanks a lot!
     
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    Go old school: get an MCAT review book, either in print or ebook. There is o app out there that will cover the required material in enough depth.
     
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    I'm a medical student and I use several different apps. Webscape and epocrates are my favorite I'll go through and look what else I have.
     
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    In. I'm taking the MCAT in the summer. I got all my eBooks on my iPad, but I'd love to get some apps on here to help me out when I'm not paying attention in class, so instead of surfing the net, I'm doing some studying :)
     
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