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Question about my aamc scores -- need some advice

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by theDr., Apr 3, 2004.

  1. theDr.

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    I scored a 29 on 3r, 30 on 4r and then a 28 on 5r. Should I be worried about my 5r score. Have others had this some progression and improved from the aamc scores. Im worried because i know the 5r and 6r are the closest to the real deal. thanks!!
     
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  3. superdevil

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    well, i've heard that 5R+6R are pretty high-fidelity indicators of actual performance, but your scores are still promising. personally, i felt that 4R was more difficult than 5R, so i would say your 30 on 4R bodes well for you and the possibility of improvement on the real thing.

    for whatever that's worth.
     
  4. IndyZX

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    You are scoring well enough to get into med school, right? A 29 is average for matriculants.

    As long as everything else is fine, don't worry about it and take the April test.

    Good luck.
     

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