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Increasing to the 12+ range

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by IckeyShuffle, Jul 30, 2006.

  1. IckeyShuffle

    IckeyShuffle MS1 t-minus 1.5 months..
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    Anyone have any tips for the last three weeks on increasing scores to 12+. I am currenty sitting on all elevens and my score doesnt really seem to be moving. I wouldnt mind taking it to the next level. Any suggestions?
     
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  3. ADeadLois

    ADeadLois Senior Member
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    For the sciences, figure out any weak areas and make flashcards.

    For verbal, there really isn't much you can do. Getting in the 12-15 range is 50% getting good passages and 50% luck.
     
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    So that makes it 100% luck, huh ? Besides practicing verbal sections to make sure you finish everything on time, there isn't anything more you can do.
     
  5. superwillis

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    I'm having this problem too. I think it helps to try and focus your energy on eliminating stupid errors (determine what question types trip you up, recheck calculations, etc etc).
     

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