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I'm considering taking the MCAT for a third time. I definitely would like
to improve my overall score, but I am baffled as to why I always get the same score in the Biological Sciences section no matter whether it's on a practice test or test day. Does anyone have any advice on how I can figure out how to break this pattern? Thanks!
 

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What are you getting? If it is high it may just be very hard to top it, if it is low then there may be more of a chance to get it up.
 

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What are you getting? If it is high it may just be very hard to top it, if it is low then there may be more of a chance to get it up.

My highest actual MCAT score is 23, but I have scored as high as a 29 on a previous practice exam.
 

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