I unfortunately never have enough time to study for my MCAT what with work, school, and everything else, but I pulled a 28 on AAMC 4 and am fairly happy. AAMC-3: 24 AAMC-8: 23 AAMC-7: 22 ~1.5 month gap AAMC-4: 28(PS:7,VB:11,BS:10) *Taken in that order* I took the results from the first three tests, highlighted the areas that I was most deficient in with blue, pink and green colors(pink was most deficient, green less so, and blue I was ok with). Using this as a study basis, I hit my weakest areas first. Of course, I haven't hit them ALL, or with the intensity that I would have liked, but I'm glad it's *something* above the other scores. May 31st is D-Day and I have a month free of school. The results aren't the consistent mid-30's some of you have been getting, but with the free time I have, I hope to bring up my scores substantially. However, is there anything I need to know about AAMC-4? Was it considered a far cry easier from the others?