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AAMC Verbal Assessment worth it?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Uafl112, 05.12.14.

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  1. Uafl112

    Uafl112 2+ Year Member

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    Does it accurately reflect your verbal scores on the AAMC practice exams?
     
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    dutchie000 2+ Year Member

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    Yes it does exactly for me actually haha. It's totally worth it along with the SAs
     
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    brood910 2+ Year Member

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    Yes. Still way better than resources made by companies other than AAMC. However, they are a bit too easy compared to the ones from AAMC FLs.
     
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    SSerenity 2+ Year Member

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    No, pretty much every question is taken verbatim from the old R exams which are incredibly easy to find on the internet. Your better off practicing with those.
     
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    billy2908 2+ Year Member

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    If you have FAP you get the assessment package for free, after you sign up for the MCAT and assuming you already signed up for FAP.
     
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    Person0715 Socially awkward 2+ Year Member

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    The SAs are definitely worth it.
     

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