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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by IlyaR, Jul 28, 2015.

  1. IlyaR

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    I searched around the forum, and some people suggest leaving it blank. I took the SAT a decade ago, and have absolutely no recollection of my score. Anyone else run into this issue?
     
  2. jk1006

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    I remembered my ACT and not my SAT, so i left SAT blank and continued on and there seemed to be no problem. I dont think its that big of an issue
     
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  3. tea guzzling traveler

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    I also left it blank. I did well, but couldn't remember my subsections and would prefer to not have any inaccurate pieces of information on my application. It didn't seem worth it to dredge up, but up to you.
     
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  4. Alkaloid

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    I don't think this matters at all. I'm almost 100% sure its for internal research for their BA/MD program so they have an idea how an SAT/ACT score correlates to MCAT/college performance. If you don't have it I don't think it will matter
     
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  5. justadream

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    You can go to collegeboard.com and find your score.

    Also, how do you have completely no idea what you scored? At the very least, you should have a ballpark idea (e.g. "I scored around 500 per section" or "I scored near perfect on each section").
     
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