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Any "Average" intelligent people score 30+

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by larrywalkerdds, Mar 15, 2004.

  1. larrywalkerdds

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    Who in here can honestly admit they aren't the brightest person in the forum but scored well on the MCAT due to sheer hard work? If so, how did you prep for the MCAT? Let us average Joes know what you did? :)
     
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  3. Pinkertinkle

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    I think test taking skill has a lot to do with it, not intelligence.
     
  4. ASDIC

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    i agree...its all about test takin rather than prior knowledge. The latter will help you answer the questions, but if you dont know how to approach the question despite all the material you know, then you are screwed.
     

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