Yah. But, in theory, the AAMC practice exams are the best predictors of results on the real thing. After all, they *are* real MCATs, unlike the test-prep company versions.Pinkertinkle said:Some of you guys are pretty optimistic.
Right now it is probably my top choice. The service committment is quite a bit though. Hopefully, i'll rock the mcat saturday so I can get an interview and see if I really like itcaptbadass said:Cerb, I noticed you are interested in USUHS. I've been looking at that place a lot lately, too. Sounds like an interesting option if you can handle the service commitment. Well, I got to write an econ paper by friday so I better get back to it. peace.
thekegalman said:dont count your chickens before they hatch!
despite the fact that i dont feel that great about the test, i dont believe in falsely setting my expectations low just so i dont feel bad later.indyzx said:ill play along...
what ill get if i hit what i perceive to be my potential... 13P, 12V, 12B (37, yay!!)
what i will probably get... 12P, 10-11V, 11B (33-34, yay.)
safariwagon said:Well, I felt pretty good walking out of the test. I did not feel like there was anything out there that I could not see through or make sense out of. Walking out I felt like I hit the mid 30's.
I went to bed that night thinking that I would score whatever the temperature was when I woke up...as soon as my buzzer went off I looked at my indoor/outdoor thermometer and it said 37.2. During the test day numbers kept combining to make 37. I'm not predicting that, but I think it is possible.
It's just for fun. Besides, everyone who posts "Gosh, I really did poorly on the MCAT!" is making a prediction, if not a specific numerical one.Cerberus said:I dont really see the point of making predictions.