For those who don't know, the Princeton Review offers a free online MCAT. It is a full-length test, and their questions supposedly model those found on the actual test. However, I found that test markedly more challenging than practice AAMC tests. Is today a bad day for me, or do you think perhaps TPR uses that test to attract new customers. If I hadn't taken practice tests elsewhere, and recieved the score I did at TPR today, I would feel an urge to subscribe/enroll. But it's weird; upon further reflection, the more I think about it, the questions were not necessarily harder. Many of them were pathetically easy, actually. Thing is, there were many curveballs, the diagrams were awful, each question was on it's own page (you have to hit "next" all the time), and maybe I was just tired. Anybody else agree? Anyone do markedly better on alternative practice tests?