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scaled scores for Princeton

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by nero, Jul 11, 2002.

  1. nero

    nero Senior Member

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    Does anybody have any scaled score conversions for Princeton 481-483. I have taken them and am not too sure whether I should be excited or disappointed.

    If you do not have an exact conversion, can anybody tell me how many questions I need to get right in order to get a 10 in verbal and around 12-14s in the sciences.

    Thanks

    Nero
     
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  3. DW

    DW Fix me some sandwiches
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    on TPR diags 481-3, I found you need to get 49 or more out of 65 to get a 10 on verbal, and 63 or more out of 77 to get more than 11 on the sciences if my memory serves me correctly.

    hope that helps
     
  4. mws99

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    I took the TPR class this spring and we took those tests and they scored them using the same scale as AAMC VI.
    Verbal:10-11=48-54
    Physical:12 or higher=65-77
    Bio:12 or higher=64-67
     

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