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Exam this friday; considering voiding because of verbal score

Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by harharhar, Aug 9, 2011.

  1. harharhar

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    I've basically maxed out my PS and BS scores at around 12/13, which I'm happy with, but it seems that my verbal scores have also flatlined at a 9. When I look back at the score report, it's just in the humanities passages that I have issues with. I feel like no matter how much practice I get in verbal, there's no way I can perform better without having more time, which is, of course, not available. The same goes for essays. Everyone's capable of writing a great essay, but some (read: I) am incapable of doing so in a thirty minute timeframe. I'm wondering if practicing verbal and writing for a few months would help improve those areas enough for a better score in the next exam registration period or if I should just stick to what I have right now.

    So my question is, would you void an exam if you knew you did well on everything except for the verbal and essay sections?
     
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