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Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by ggeorge1f1, Jun 1, 2008.

  1. ggeorge1f1


    Jun 1, 2008
    I recently took the 3R aamc exam given free online. I got a solid 9 on the bio section with no study time. Although this is not the ultimate score I would like to achieve, it seems like a good start. My main question and reason for posting this thread is to gain an idea as to how good this is. If I feel that I am solid in biology, I will substitute a few classes I have scheduled right now for humanities and social sciences. What do you all think?

    Thanks for your insight!
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  3. Barfalamule

    Barfalamule Member 10+ Year Member

    Sep 8, 2005
    It will take more than one data point to determine how solid you are in this section. What you're striving for is consistancy and that is tougher. How long have you been exposed to bio concepts? Have you taken anything beyond the necessary bio 1&2 and orgo 1&2? Did you analyze what you got wrong and why? Were these questions clustered in a particular subject?
    Bottom line is I wouldn't extrapolate out from this one test experience. Wait for more.
  4. zenlike

    zenlike I'll see you in health. 5+ Year Member

    Feb 12, 2008
    I felt 3R gave me an overly-optimistic score compared to the other exams.

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