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AAMC QBanks

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by dka94, Aug 12, 2015.

  1. dka94

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    I apologize in advance if this is a repeated question but previous test takers, how similar did you find the qbanks to the actual exam? In terms of the wording/style? I'm taking the exam next week and went through them already, but I was just curious!
     
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  3. fleur64

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    I have not taken the exam yet, but after taking a couple practice exams I believe that the Qbanks are a bit on the easier side. The new mcat focuses on experimental passages more, so its a bit more reading and comprehension rather than just knowing the concepts. The biology Q banks do not contain biochemistry and thus aren't a good representation. Try taking a practice exam so you know the format changes, and then continue doing the Q banks as practice.
     

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