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free e-mcat: how accurate?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by zanzounita, Mar 27, 2007.

  1. zanzounita

    zanzounita Int'l Woman of Mystery 5+ Year Member

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    Tx
    I took it and found it was pretty easy and was using it to gauge my progress..

    Is it just me or was it too easy?:rolleyes:
     
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  3. IckeyShuffle

    IckeyShuffle MS1 t-minus 1.5 months.. 2+ Year Member

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    it is somewhat accurate, though i remember my real deal being a little harder than the practice ones, but that being said, it would be harder for everyone so it is all relative. if you did well great, but dont get cocky, there is ALWAYS room for improvement (unless you got a 40+ on the practice)
     
  4. GreenShirt

    GreenShirt 10+ Year Member

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    The free Kaplan is pretty easy in comparison to other Full-lengths and the real deal. Oddly enough, though, the section scores were closer to my scores on the real things than the full-lengths indicated, except for the PS, which I spent the most time studying for.
     
  5. CTtarheel

    CTtarheel Senior Member 7+ Year Member

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    use the free AAMC practice MCAT (3R). It's a MUCH better indicator as it's made by the people who actually write the test, not just some idiot over at Kaplan.
     

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