Yes you are.Originally posted by Cerberus
I took the aamc 5R PS tonight and scored an 11 (3 stupid mistakes from a 12 )
I plan on getting up around 5am and taking one of the other sections tommorrow.
(I am not a freak for getting up at 5am to take a practice test, i am just used to getting up at 5am)
yeah I definitely know what you're saying. I always think I'm "wasting" my luck on these practice tests if I end up knowing nothing about a passage and still getting all of the questions right...Originally posted by UCLAstudent
What bothers me even more than stupid mistakes is when I think I understood a science passage and get most of the questions right, but end up not having understood the passage at all. I don't know if that makes any sense. Sometimes I just get really, really lucky on a passage, but I would much rather have gotten the questions right by understanding the passage. I guess I worry that I might not be so "lucky" on the MCAT.
Originally posted by katec12345
hey, does anyone have the score conversions for kaplan tests? I'm not actually in the class, but took test 7 today and don't know what my scaled score is......thanks so much!
For PS 35-40 = 9Originally posted by katec12345
Hey, there, yea, I guess posting my raw scores would help...
I got 39 on PS, 55 on BS, and 50 on VR
Not steller, I know, but I need to study more....thank you so much for your help! Also, how do you get the table? I tried to find it on my friend's kaplan homepage and i couldn't find it...
KAPLAN # 2:Originally posted by good_faith
Start with mine:
KAPLAN #1 7PS, 9BS, 7V
AAMC 4R 8, 9, 8
AAMC 3R 6, 8, 7
I think the best thing to do would be to continue taking them until...Originally posted by toxin
What is the minimum number of full length exams one needs to take to be comfortable? im thinking 3 would do it, right?
Me tooOriginally posted by farleyisgod
Good job and good luck to everyone that's happy with their progress and optimistic about continuing to raise their score.
I, on the other hand, am basking in pessimism.