Don't stress out too much. How are you scoring in verbal on other tests? AAMCs should be most representative, esp with verbal. I scored a 6 on TPR free test's verbal too, but was mostly ~11 for AAMCs (low 10 and high 13). I ended up with 11 on the real thing.I just took this and I am feeling very sad and discouraged because I scored a 25 with a 6 in verbal. My exam is in April. Has anyone else taken this? What are your thoughts about it?
A lot of people use this diagnostic... it's just that no one talks about it.... I'm a rewriter, I got a 27 on my TPR Diagnostic.I guess not that many people are using this diagnostic? I'm trying to find out if I should do this since it will be a waste of time with no solutions...
Does the TPR test give you just the answers or the solutions as well?A lot of people use this diagnostic... it's just that no one talks about it.... I'm a rewriter, I got a 27 on my TPR Diagnostic.
I had done some content review... I got a 10 in Bio, an 11 in verbal and a lousy 6 in PS.
Clearly my PS needed some work, I'd always hated physics. Anyways, on the actual test, my score was a 12 in Bio and a 10 in verbal, with an 8 in PS. I'm rewriting, because my AAMC averages were higher, and I think I just needed some more time with PS. But the TPR tests are exceptionally more difficult than the practice AAMC tests. However, most people go into the actual test, and are like... what the.... if they've only done the AAMC practice tests. The passages seem longer, questions more obscure, way less math in most cases.
Use as many different practice tests as you can. Kaplan/TBR/TPR/AAMC, just get a feel for many different types of questions and you'll be fine.
Just don't choke on test day like I did.