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I took AAMC 3R last weekend.
I have been studying since the end of January of this year.
I got 7 v 6 PS & 8 BS.
Did anybody get similar score as above 5/4 wks prior to the real MCAT, and able to improve at least by 7 points?

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did you even bother looking at a thread answering your exact question a few threads down before posting this?
 
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Originally posted by exmike
did you even bother looking at a thread answering your exact question a few threads down before posting this?

Exmike,

Hey, I didn?t know if this question asked before.
I don?t think I would mind searching.
I don?t come here that often, and as you know in this Pre-Allop section page flip quickly.

In any case would like to hear from people who took MCAT last year.
 

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Originally posted by good_faith
I took AAMC 3R last weekend.
I have been studying since the end of January of this year.
I got 7 v 6 PS & 8 BS.
Did anybody get similar score as above 5/4 wks prior to the real MCAT, and able to improve at least by 7 points?

Thanks

Study hard, then take another test in a few weeks to see how you're doing. What other people do makes no difference to how you'll do, and if you're seeing if it's worth the effort, then don't bother with med school.
 

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At this point, all you can really do is take practice test after practice test after practice test, and learn from your science and test taking mistakes. Just give it your all. And walk in on test day with confidence. I mean, there's no secret to the thing. Just go at it, head on.

Good luck! I hope u pull thru!

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Become the MCAT for the next few weeks. Get the old MCAT's from aamc and their practice problems. Do a practice test at least every week, make sure you go over every problem, even the ones that you got correct. Learn to know how they think and what they're looking for...practice timing. So key! Read voraciously...not stupid $hit, but things like the economist, NY Times. That's all I can say. g'luck.
 

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I recommend EK audio osmosis and all of their other materials, if you are not already using them.
These AO cd's are easy listening and are a great supplement to your other studies.
Of course there is no substitute for hard work (studying) and lots of practice tests. There are several EK audio osmosis sets available in the for sale forum for much below retail cost. Good Luck!!

Bruce
 
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