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PR A-D Scores and Actual Scores

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by ssa915, Jul 31, 2006.

  1. ssa915

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    I know there are a billion posts on PR A-D, but none on how they related to what people actually got on test day.

    For all those who used A-D, what were your scores and how did that relate to your scores on the actual test day?
     
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    VERY VERY LOW!!!
     
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    I havent taken the real thing yet, but I did take TPR A and got a 25 (8, 7, 10). Compare that with my AAMC scores and I would say that the A test (dunno about B-D till I take it) is considerably harder than anything you would see on a real MCAT. I would safely say at least 5 points lower. I base that on the fact that I am getting in the low 30's on AAMC tests.
     

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