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Get into Medical School - 600 UKCAT Practice Quest&hellip by Olivier Picard
I used this book as a source of practice questions for my 2013 UKCAT attempt. I didn't do the "mock" timed test in the book, and advise that you use the official UKCAT practice tests, available for free on the UKCAT website, which simulate the actual computerised testing environment. Pencil, paper and calculator are not adequate preparation - being quick with the mouse and keyboard are very very useful for getting through the real test in time!

Some notes about the particular sections, corresponding to the sub-tests:

Verbal Reasoning: beware that the "True/False/Can't Tell" type of question found in this book is no longer the only form of Verbal Reasoning. You should… Read more
Xenoblade Chronicles (Wii) by Nintendo
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Plenty of reviews on here already, and I have little to add, as I agree with the majority of them - Xenoblade is a real treat, and good value, providing over 100 hours of gameplay. That it does this by presenting hundreds of monster-slaying, widget-fetching and talking sidequests is a fair point, and it can feel a bit like an endless set of small tasks at times. But these quests do ensure that you get to explore every nook and cranny of the enormous, gorgeous maps that comprise the game. They also reward you with EXP points, which make your characters stronger - a much more enjoyable alternative to the standard "level grinding" (fighting the same beasts over and over) required in… Read more
Freakin' Out / All Over Me ~ Graham Coxon
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Having heard Freakin' Out on its limited edition vinyl release last year, it was apparent then that Graham Coxon had pretty much put his Blur days behind him. So much so that there he was, releasing his most unashamedly poppy single yet. But only on vinyl.
Now it's out on CD and fingers crossed will receive the attention it deserves. An anthemic rant against, amongst other things, indie poseurs (so extra bonus points there), featuring some highly effective guitar work (unlike his earlier solo efforts, which had a certain deliberate ineptitude), Freakin' Out deserves heavy rotation in every indie club in the country. No other song brings a bigger grin to my face - it's quite simply one… Read more

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