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Xorthos

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Hey guys, does anyone know of a certain "Score Table" for MCAT practice tests that is more reliable than others?

I've been practicing quite a bit...and I think i'm around average, but I'm not exactly sure what my score will be. One score table in one of my books says 32, the other says 27, and yet another says 29.

Here's my question breakdown on my most recent practice test (Still 2 months til the real thing).

Physical Science: 36/52
Verbal reasoning: 32/40
Biological Sciences: 34/52


I'm a little sad about the PS and BS, as i'd love to pull these both above 40/52...still working on it though.

VR isn't really too bad though...I just pretend i'm reading something I actually enjoy reading...and get into the passage...then the questions are a breeze. If you don't think about it being for a test it's a lot better.
 

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Here's the scale for CBT #10. Go with this if you need to score your practice material.

PS VR BS
15 52-52 40-40 51-52
14 50-51 39-39 50-50
13 49-49 38-38 47-49
12 46-48 37-37 46-46
11 44-45 34-36 43-45
10 41-43 31-33 39-42
9 38-40 29-30 35-38
8 33-37 27-28 32-34
7 28-32 24-26 29-31
6 23-27 21-23 26-28
5 19-22 19-20 23-25
4 15-18 15-18 20-22
3 11-14 12-14 16-19
2 8-10 9-11 14-15
1 0-7 0-8 0-13
 

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Damn, CBT 10's steep.

Somewhere on e-mcat, they have all there tables for their samples up as well. CBT 6 comes to mind as it has an incredibly forgiving curve; miss 10 questions? 13!
 
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