Princeton Review...:-(

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  1. Premed315U

    Premed315U Senior Member

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    I just took the Princeton Review Diagnostic 482 verbal, and I thought it was much harder than the 483. Did other people find the verbal extremely difficult? Do you know the score breakdown with curve? I got 18 wrong :-(( Do you know what this would average out to be?

    Thank you so much!
     
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  3. simpleton

    simpleton Senior Member

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    I think that 18 wrong is at least an 8 if not higher.
     
  4. mongoose

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    Dude, I took the Princeton Review MCAT prep course for the April MCAT and I thought the first Diagnostic (481?) was by far the most difficult. I think they do this to motivate you to study more right from the start of the course. Also, I feel making the later tests a little easier helps with building confidence. That is just my opinion, though. And you know what they say about opinions, don't ya?
     
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    Read my post on MCAT vs Practice. It'll help to explain things for you.
     

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