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Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by DiverDoc, Dec 1, 2005.

  1. DiverDoc

    DiverDoc KCUMB 2012
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    After reading and reading threads, I see people who said they have scored anywhere from low 20s to 35+... My question is have you heard of or known any serious students with good GPA just Bombing the MCAT like <20? If so did they rebound with a good score? ( never taken it, just curious)

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  2. anon-y-mouse

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    if you're a "good student" with a "good gpa", why on earth would you bomb the mcat unless by freak accident (misbubbling, tiredness, quitting halfway, etc.)? most diagnostic tests I see are in the 20-25 range, with 0 prep. good gpa with subpar mcat *can* help indicate that your undergraduate institution isn't up to snuff... if anything. that is, for example, a 3.3/35 Ivy undergrad >> 3.9/26 no-name community college... from a pure numbers perspective.
     

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