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Can only afford a few CBTs - which are the best ones?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Blondnuttyboy, Apr 7, 2007.

  1. Blondnuttyboy

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    Hey all - I can only afford a few practice tests...

    I have the free AAMC CBT3 one...I can probably afford only a few more...

    Which are the best?

    And of the AAMC CBT 4-10, which three are the most accurate? most challenging? THANKS!

    ~ bnb
     
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  3. MDee

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    I heard that AAMC CBT 7-10 are the most recent ones. So if anything, they'd more than likely be a little more representative of the upcoming tests.

    Good luck with your practice!
     
  4. gaki

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    ive heard the same thing, from classmates at princeton review and from a friend who took the test in august. specifically one person thought 8 was the most representative. but of course, thats just compared to the one test she took.
     
  5. SnoPearl

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    And out of 7-10, you can probably eliminate 9 (since you're aiming for three). I have heard from several people that 9 is an ego-booster, and some even claim that it is easier than 3. I thought 7, 8, and 10 were all pretty good for practice.
     
  6. Surf Rx

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    I agree with deenuh20. The most recent AAMC CBTs will be most representative of what you will get on the actual MCAT.
     
  7. Vanguard23

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    I'll confirm that as well, as per my Kaplan instructor. 7-10 are evidentally made by the same guys making the current iterations of the MCAT, so get them.
     
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    A friend of mine will sell the PDF files of AAMC tests from 3 - 8. It'll be really cheap
     
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    PM me I have all of them
     

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