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What is the best MCAT prep book (Kaplan, Princeton Review, Examcrackers, etc.) for someone like me who wants to try to avoid spending all that money on a lecture prep course? Are there other options like online supplements that are worthwhile too? Especially in this economic climate, I'd like to try avoiding paying an exorbitant amount of money for a prep course, and I don't think it would help much anyway since I'm much more of a self-studier (I tend to fall asleep in lectures anyway, while I'm very self-motivated when teaching myself). I am thinking of taking the test this summer since I am currently a sophomore who only needs one more semester of organic chemistry and physics before being done with the general prerequisites. I know that there is a wealth of information on this forum already, but it's very hard to go digging through all of it for information specifically geared towards me. So any suggestions for someone who wants to self-study? Do many even go without the lecture courses?