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The problem when using the water and ice function of refrigerator is that the filters require you to replace them quite often since they become less effective as the filter clogs up or degrades. The filter is a very important part of the refrigerator since it removes the large to small particles that are in the water. Some of the particles that it removes is rust from the pipes, heavy metals, and bacteria. One of the main reasons why these water filters become clogged is that the first layer of carbon filters the water too well. This will lead to the holes in the carbon blocks to get filled. In order to prevent this the carbon layers should remove particles in steps. Usually from larger to smaller.
This book along with a Q bank (USMLERx, Kaplan, UWorld, etc.) should be the cornerstone of any good step-I preparation. It contains essentially everything you need to know boiled down to the bare bones. FA will refresh what you learned in class and a Q bank will test that knowledge/expose weaknesses, then you can add to FA to clarify weak points and make it personalized to your preparation needs.
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I think they are helping I am not sure if it is physical or in my head either way it's always good to feel better:-)
The verbal section of this book, I felt, was pretty solid. I used it mainly as a vocab booster because I was pretty used to reading comprehension stuff from the MCAT. However, the math section was lacking. I skimmed through the real basic review and started actually paying attention at square roots. That's where I stopped as well when I spotted some pretty sloppy work. Basically, they stated a good rule of thumb as fact. I'm fine with rules of thumb, but if there are exceptions to the rule, then don't act like there aren't. I can't speak to the rest of the math section, because I couldn't take more.