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AAMC Practice Items?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by kreno, Aug 2, 2001.

  1. kreno

    kreno Candy Man
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    Is it just me or are the AAMC Practice Items (particularly verbal) *TOO* easy? Anyone care to compare AAMC practice item stuff w/their real mcat experiences?

    Thanks

    Leon
     
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  3. MAAT

    MAAT Senior Member
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    I didn't find the practice items that helpful. Better bets are test IV and V, although some posters here swear that an exact correlation exist between test III and the real thing score wise, but I didn't think they were very close content wise.

    Good Luck,
    MAAT
     
  4. doctorperez

    doctorperez Jesus was a dissident
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    Hi MAAT -


    What MCAT administration did you have? (year/month) thanks?

    Dr.Perez
     
  5. 12R34Y

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    I think the practic items are fine to study from. you need as many MCAT style questions as possible and I don't see a problem using them. I did okay on the MCAT and they were a part of my studying.

    later
     
  6. Dylann FMD

    Dylann FMD Senior Member
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    Yeah, I think I got a perfect score on the Practice items verbal section. They were *MUCH* easier than the real thing. But don't look at them as representative in difficulty, just style, I guess.
     

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