whateva07

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I just want to see the trend in score improvements of people wheter you have already taken the mcat in the past or are taking the mcat this coming august. It would also be great if people could list which date or around when they took it and what test they took.

Example:
Kap FL 2- 6/21/06 -21
Kap FL 3 -7/8/06 -25
Kap FL 4 -7/12/06 -22
 
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...and including the breakdown would also be nice (ex: PS-5, V-9, BS-11)
 

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Kaplan Diag (11/2005): 31 (PS: 10, VR: 13, BS: 08)
Kaplan FL1 (2/2006): 29 (PS: 10, VR: 09, BS: 10)
Kaplan FL2 (3/2006): 33 (PS: 10, VR: 11, BS: 12)
Kaplan FL3 (4/2006): 33 (PS: 11, VR: 12, BS: 10)
Kaplan FL4 (4/2006): 33 (PS: 11, VR: 11, BS: 11)
Kaplan FL5 (4/2006): 33 (PS: 10, VR: 11, BS: 12)
Real MCAT (4/2006): 35 R (PS: 11, VR: 11, BS: 13)


whateva07 said:
I just want to see the trend in score improvements of people wheter you have already taken the mcat in the past or are taking the mcat this coming august. It would also be great if people could list which date or around when they took it and what test they took.

Example:
Kap FL 2- 6/21/06 -21
Kap FL 3 -7/8/06 -25
Kap FL 4 -7/12/06 -22
 
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superwillis

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nice...but dont we already have an official thread for this?
 
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whoa so did you just start out with like a 30?? Thats amazing. What does it take to get into the 30s? Do you think its understanding the topics or is more so just learning how to take the tests? ...and do you think taking lots of tests will help.
 

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I don't know if you're referring to me or the other poster, but...

I think its an equal amount of concept mastery and test-taking ability. You can do very well simply by knowing which answers to eliminate.
 

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kap diag-23
kap full length 1- 24
kap full length 2-31
kap full length 6-29


what i found helped me the most was memorizing all the physics equations and a lot of the bio stuff like hormones and systems. but i'm still making really dumb mistakes when it comes to the simple math, like dividing and stuff. any of you guys got tips? and how hard is the math on the test, easier than the kaplan stuff?
 
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