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princessd3

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For those who've taken the MCAT before how did your scores on TPR diags compare to the real thing.
 

jhrugger

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TPR scores were consistently lower. i can't remember about comparisons in difficulty, but the grading by TPR was much more stringent than MCAT

week b4 MCAT with final TPR test (i think AAMC #6, not sure)
8 8 9

on MCAT
10 10 11

don't get worried, tons of my friends did mediocre during the class and great come game time

good luck
 

SteveUTexas

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My total score on the real test was the same as my total score on my last diag but the individual section scores varied.

Last Diag.

P: 12
V: 12
B: 12

August 2003 MCAT:

P: 15
V: 11
B: 10

I think the last diag is a good indicator of how well you will preform.
 
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