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I have attached a chart that I got off from the AAMC website. Can the mods get this stickied? This seems to be a frequently asked question!
 

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You have not heard about test X yet? It is definitely the best predictor of your real score. Only thing is you have to 200$ for it, and you can only see it from 8 - 4:30 twice a year.

hlchess said:
There is an AAMC test X?? I thought it the latest one was 8??
 

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hlchess said:
There is an AAMC test X?? I thought it the latest one was 8??

We're just waiting till the revised version 10R comes out like the ones for 3-6R :p. Just kidding...lol, that X means the same thing it means in algebra...
 

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hlchess said:
Ahhh, i get it now...lol :oops:

by request, making this thread a sticky

i also changed the title of the thread so people wouldnt get confused ;)

in the next few weeks I'll make an MCAT FAQ thread that will have links to all the charts, practice test discussion threads, etc...
 

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Arsenic810 said:
by request, making this thread a sticky

i also changed the title of the thread so people wouldnt get confused ;)

in the next few weeks I'll make an MCAT FAQ thread that will have links to all the charts, practice test discussion threads, etc...

:clap: Arsenic810 :clap:
 

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how accurate is this conversion chart when compared to how the th actual mcat is grade. im looking at the chart and it seems that to get an 11 for phys science, for instance, u can only get like 7 qs wrong, is that how it is on the actual test
 

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MCAT Practice Test 9
Estimated Scaled Score Physical Science Raw Scores Verbal Reasoning Raw Scores Biological Science Raw Scores
15 77-77 59-60 74-77
14 72-76 58-58 72-73
13 69-71 56-57 69-71
12 66-68 53-55 66-68
11 63-65 50-52 62-65
10 58-62 47-49 56-61
9 55-57 42-46 50-55
8 49-54 40-41 44-49
7 44-48 36-39 40-43
6 38-43 32-35 35-39
5 32-37 27-31 30-34
4 25-31 23-26 27-29
3 16-24 18-22 22-26
2 5-15 12-17 16-21
1 0-4 0-11 0-15
 

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CanadianPre-Med said:
MCAT Practice Test 9
Estimated Scaled Score Physical Science Raw Scores Verbal Reasoning Raw Scores Biological Science Raw Scores
15 77-77 59-60 74-77
14 72-76 58-58 72-73
13 69-71 56-57 69-71
12 66-68 53-55 66-68
11 63-65 50-52 62-65
10 58-62 47-49 56-61
9 55-57 42-46 50-55
8 49-54 40-41 44-49
7 44-48 36-39 40-43
6 38-43 32-35 35-39
5 32-37 27-31 30-34
4 25-31 23-26 27-29
3 16-24 18-22 22-26
2 5-15 12-17 16-21
1 0-4 0-11 0-15

which of the 3 sections are these the scores for?
 

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I believe the first set of numbers is for PS (77-77).

Then VR(59-60), and lastly BS (74-77).
 

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Will someone be kind enough to post (or PM me) only the answers to AAMC #7? My answer key (some of them anyway) doesn't match with the solutions manual that I have for #7. I will really appreciate it, but it is for some reason against SDN Forum policy, I totally understand. Thanks
 

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heres a nice version of the 9r conversion chart..
its trimmed, but its the only way i could get it up
 

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how accurate is this conversion chart when compared to how the th actual mcat is grade. im looking at the chart and it seems that to get an 11 for phys science, for instance, u can only get like 7 qs wrong, is that how it is on the actual test

back to this question...so how accurate are the AAMC scores?
 

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I have attached a chart that I got off from the AAMC website. Can the mods get this stickied? This seems to be a frequently asked question!

i am sorry for bringing up this really, really really old thread, but i was wondering if those numbers such as 76-77 the total number of questions you get right? or like a percentage of the questions you get right?
 

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i am sorry for bringing up this really, really really old thread, but i was wondering if those numbers such as 76-77 the total number of questions you get right? or like a percentage of the questions you get right?

it's the total number of questions answered correctly. this is surprising to me, because in my kaplan tests, there are only 52 questions in the phsyical science part.
 

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i am sorry for bringing up this really, really really old thread, but i was wondering if those numbers such as 76-77 the total number of questions you get right? or like a percentage of the questions you get right?

I'm pretty sure those are the total numbers. This thread is old (circa 2005), which was when the paper and pencil version of the MCAT was still being administered. The "Old" Paper and Pencil tests were longer (PS and BS each had 77 questions), so I think that's where those numbers are coming from. If I find an updated/more frequent converter, I'll post a link.
 
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