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Princeton Review 484

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Premed315U, Mar 13, 2002.

  1. Premed315U

    Premed315U Senior Member 7+ Year Member

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    Hi everyone,
    I took a Princeton Review 484 test today. I got -20 Verbal, -17 Physics, -16 bio

    There is unfortunately no score conversion for the test. Has anyone who has taken Princeton Review seen the score conversion scale? Please let me know how you think I stand.

    How does 484 compare to the real thing, in your opinion? And did your score on it compare to your real MCAT score?

    Please help.

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  3. VC15

    VC15 MS4 10+ Year Member

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    This is a rough estimate, but I'd say the verbal is either 8 or 9, and the sciences are around 10 each.

    I took this test two days before the real MCAT in August, and my scores were extremely close. 484 "felt" easier, though.
     
  4. Premed315U

    Premed315U Senior Member 7+ Year Member

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    Oh no. Sciences are really that low?
    Yikes
     
  5. VC15

    VC15 MS4 10+ Year Member

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    I would say 10 is about right... 11 would probably be mid 60's, 12 would be 66-69, and so on.
     
  6. trout

    trout Senior Member 7+ Year Member

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    Ok these are from my score reports from students from 3 years ago:
    verbal -20=7 (the student got a 9 on the real thing, but worked his butt off)
    bio=10 (the student got a 10 on the real thing)
    physics=11 (the student got a 10 on the real thing)
    I don't know if PTR have changed the curve since but the test and curve for the real thing has gotten harder...you should focus on the A-D series...much more difficult and realistic!
     

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