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TPR Practice Test D... ugh

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by VC15, Jul 14, 2001.

  1. VC15

    VC15 MS4 10+ Year Member

    Sep 6, 2000
    Ontario, Canada
    For those of you that have taken the MCAT and the Princeton Review course already, how hard was TPR Practice Test D (in that book they give you) compared to AAMC IV, V, and the real thing? I haven't done the latter three yet, but I found the verbal on D to be a lot longer (several in excess of 90 lines) and harder than anything I had done up to that point... it was sort of upsetting, because I had been doing reasonably well on verbal practice passages up to this point.
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  3. pyra

    pyra Senior Member 10+ Year Member

    Feb 26, 2001
    Yes the TPR ABCD tests are supposed to be much harder than the AAMC practice test so don't worry. Usually the AAMC IV and V are the best indicators on how you will do on the real thing.
  4. Legend

    Legend Super Senior Member 10+ Year Member

    Mar 29, 2001
    I thought Practice test A,B,C were hard, but reasonable. However, Test D was impossible, especially verbal.

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