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Anyone take Kaplan #3 today?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by qweewq11, Jul 20, 2002.

  1. qweewq11

    qweewq11 Smiley orgy organizer
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    I got my butt kicked! I did really well on 1 and 2, but today's was just awful. Did anyone else think this one was way more difficult than the others?
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    hmm scratch that. I went and got the computer feedback and rapparently i rocked the test. The curve was really low on this one.
     
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    Of all the practice tests I took, I scored highest on Kaplan #3. I scored 2 points lower on the real thing.
     
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    Same here. Kaplan 3 has a lower curve than the rest - it's the only practice test that I scored higher than my actual on, but for me it was also the one that was closest to actual. My science scores on 3 and actual were identical and my verbal score on 3 was one point higher than actual. Might be a pretty good indication of the curve you will face on test day!
     
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    the above poster is correct...that scale is almost the exact conversion of the AAMC tests..............

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