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Guessing scores?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by drdocdocdoc, Apr 20, 2007.

  1. drdocdocdoc

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    Do you think it would be safe to use the score conversion charts for AAMC tests 3-10 to approx. your score? I'm sure it all depends on the test form, but are they all about the same? I took my test on Apr. 12 and I think I can guess how many questions I got wrong on each section. It was a killer exam and I don't know how I'm going to wait for another 20 something days.
     
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    And what would be the point?



     
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    that is the question
     
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    Best I can figure, based on the last 11 months of my life, this whole process is a waiting game..

    waiting to sign up for the test, waiting to take the test, waiting on results, waiting on AMCAS, waiting on verification, waiting on interviews and secondaries, waiting on acceptances, waiting on med school to start... and then the whole thing starts over again (waiting on USMLE Step I, II..etc).. I'm trying to learn early to be patient. Otherwise, the next 7-8 years are going to be a very painful process.
     

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