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AAMC 9 Difficulty??!?!

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Cooolguy, 04.02.06.

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  1. Cooolguy

    Cooolguy Senior Member 7+ Year Member

    HOw is it?! compared to the others
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  3. Lanced

    Lanced Senior Member 5+ Year Member

    Bay Area, CA
    I think some people discussed it a little in the official scores thread.

    I went like this:

    4R a week ago in pieces: 11, 11, 12
    5R in one shot at home: 12, 11, 13
    9 yesterday proctored: 12, 9, 12.

    I would say that the science sections were very similar to 4&5R, maybe a more passages with questions about experiments, etc. rather than rote knowledge. Many question that I wasn't 100% sure on, but that is typical in my experience.

    Verbal was a little tougher than usual I thought, but I was really short on sleep and screwed up the timing so I ended up guessing on a few. I would say overall the verbal section was not significantly different than other AAMC tests. To give you an idea, I got a 46/60 on 9, and averaged 47/60 on the EK verbals (but got over 50 on both 4R and 5R...).

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