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Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by MyNameIsAlex, May 16, 2007.

  1. MyNameIsAlex

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    do u guys think its possible to bump up the score by 8 points in a month? is it realistic?

    i studied for the mcat for 3 weeks only... (damn ego) and ****ed up... really really bad. (17Q), do you think its possible to bump it up to 25 in a month?

    THanks
     
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  3. saqrfaraj

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    I'd say that if your goal is 8 points in a month then you've got a rough month ahead of you.

    That said, if the 17 was more of a fluke and doesn't represent what you know, then maybe you've got a chance. But if your knowledge is at a 17 level, you're in a tight spot.
     
  4. MyNameIsAlex

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    the thing is.. i knwo the material i have a 3.8 in the pre-req courses. i dont know why i ****ed up so bad on the mcat itself. i know the material fairly well
     
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    If you feel like you know the material fairly well then just crank out as many practice exams until test date
     
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    It's totally doable... you mite have to dedicate your days and nights to MCAT for that month though...
     

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