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Many have stated in the past and I came to realize yesterday that the MCAT is the hardest test I have ever had to take. I am confident I got at least half the questions right on BS and about half on PS, but the verbal and writing samples are a shot in the dark. The time constraints on the writing sample were killer. Does anyone have any insight on A) how to pass the time, B) should I schedule a retake for June 21 (if any seats are left) just in case my scores weren't up to par?, and C) is being confident about half the questions on each passage a moderately good indicator? I just left the test feeling like it really did not go well. Thanks in advance!
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