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Hey guys,

When studying for my MCAT exam, I wanted to have all the resources that I could get my hands on. However, it obviously starts to get expensive after awhie and a lot of resources are similar to each other.
So with this in mind, I wanted Youtube channel where I can post MCAT strategy videos for those who are studying.
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