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Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by tatabox80, Aug 17, 2002.
Just wondering if anyone has not finished a section on the mcat and gotten an 8 or higher.
according the AAMC scale you can get 30 wrong and sitll get an 8 on PS and BS.
what bout verbal
I think you can miss up to the mid 20's and still get an 8.
I took the MCAT last August, and didn't finish 1-2 of the verbal reasoning passages and 1-2 of the physical sciences passages and recieved a 9 on verbal and 8 on physical sciences. Just thought I'd let you know from experience. Took the test again today and once again didn't finish the verbal reasoning section and was 3 questions short on phy sci.
i didn't finish a passage on verbal in april (put all c's), and i got a 9
I didn't have time to read the last section in verbal, so with 5 minutes to go I sort of skimmed and filled in bubbles. I got a 10.
I also marked all C's on the last passage for April MCAT verbal and I got a 10.
It kind of makes you wonder how you would have scored if you would have finished.
When I took the exam last August, I had 20 bubbles left to fill in and got an 8 on VR. I must have guessed well.
Well there is some encouraging info on this thread.
I didn't get to 8 questions on the verbal and I'm still beating my self up about it.
I also did not finish a passage in Verbal reasoning in April and got a 9.
wow, this stuff is definitely encouraging, so is this all true for the bio section as well.
April 2002 MCAT, very breifly skimmed the last two passages, made a bunch of guesses, fortunate to get a 12