MCAT Discrepancy

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by leonardb, Jun 26, 2001.

  1. leonardb

    leonardb New Member

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    I recently got my MCAT results, 9V, 10P, and 6B. I understand that the Biological Sciences is really low and I don't know how that happened. My coursework (Biology and Organic) GPA was a B+ and an A- respectively, so i don't feel my knowledge of those sciences was reflected. I am nervous of retaking for fear i won't do as well on the other 2 sections, since i hadn't gotten as high on practice exams. Should I apply? retake and apply? Please help!
     
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  3. moo

    moo 1K Member

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    Anytime you get a 6 on any subsection is worthy of a retake. However, since I am assuming that you haven't studied any since April, you probably won't be prepared for the August MCAT (or maybe you will). In any case, I suggest you retake if you think you can score significantly higher in August, but it's probably better to take it again in April and apply for 2003.
     

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