harper14

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i was wondering if you guys could tell me how aamc test 4 compared to your actual score.
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I got a 34 on AAMC IV and a 33 on the real thing this April. I must say though that I felt AAMC IV was not really as difficult as most of the other practice tests I've taken nor as difficult as the real thing. My $0.02... :cool:
 

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i took aamc 4 about 5 weeks before the mcat, but I got a 32 (10v 10p 10b).

I took aamc 6 the week before and got the same score on the real thing (10v 12p 12b)

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I got 9-11-10 on aamc IV and 10-11-12 on the real thing.
 

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I think I did 2 points higher on AAMC IV than the real thing, and 3 points higher on V.
 

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AAMC IV, 1 month before the MCAT: 10/12/12

AAMC V, 1 week before: 11/14/12 (scored by TPR, I know the official AAMC conversion doesn't give higher than 12)

August 2001 MCAT: 11/14/13

Even though the AAMC tests are a bit easier than the real MCAT, they're still pretty good predictors. The harder test will just be scaled accordingly.

I presume that the new AAMC VI would be the best practice test for those who are taking the MCAT in 2002.
 

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VC15, what materials did you use to prepare for each section of the MCAT? Those are great scores
 
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i got about 6 points better on the real thing than aamcIV ... i found aamcV to be the most accurate (in terms of score - not in terms of difficulty, the bio and verbal part were harder on the real thing). aamcVI was the most accurate in terms of difficulty i thought, but i did 5 points better on the real thing than that; i guess luck of the test and having a good day did it.
-jot
 

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I took the Princeton Review course starting last June. I did all the verbal practice I could, but not all the science passages they give you (they're good, but I just didn't have enough time).
 

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My real score was 4 points higher than test V and 3 points higher than test VI.
 
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