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AAMC 7, 8, and 9.

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Kikaku21, Aug 7, 2006.

  1. Kikaku21

    Kikaku21 Senior Member
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    This is interesting.

    AAMC 6R (PS - 13, VR - 11, BS - 13) = 37
    AAMC 7 (PS - 13, VR - 11, BS - 12) = 36
    AAMC 8 (PS - 13, VR - 11, BS - 13) = 37
    AAMC 9 (PS - 10, VR - 12, BS - 11) = 33

    How do you like that 4 point drop on 9?? A 33 is surely not a bad score, but not what I am capable of based on the previous tests. It didn't really feel any different.... Maybe I didn't read carefully enough. Anyone else see a drop in AAMC 9?? Everyone told me that 8 was the hard one. Ugh.

    God I hate this. :mad:
     
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  3. Wannabemed

    Wannabemed Junior Member
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    AAMC 7 =36
    AAMC 8 =34
    AAMC 9= 34

    .....got a 39 on the April MCAT. Keep your hopes up, and start timing your day such that 8am is natural for you. AAMC 8 and 9 are especially difficult, in my opinion. AAMC 7 was noticably easier.

    Best of luck to all of you!!
     

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