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Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by moto_za, Mar 27, 2007.
Is it smart to just take the test and then void for the experience before the actual test? thanks
You can get the "feel" of the exam by taking the old AAMC tests under timed conditions. There's not really a point to going through the effort of registering for the test for that reason. If you void the test, you won't get back a score to see how you did anyway.
Don't even think about it
thanks guys, might sound a little stupid, but what about the atmosphere, etc
That's a tricky question you might encounter on the real deal
To answer your question, the atmosphere is 79% N2 and 21% O2
that's funny you mention that becuase my room mate got a question dealing with that on his mcat... he didn't know, and now i'll never forget.