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Verbal Rollercoaster

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by brodaiga, Apr 13, 2004.

  1. brodaiga

    brodaiga Senior Member
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    I was getting 9-10 on the TPR verbal diags and haven't done much verbal, I just took AAMC verbal 6R, I got a 12! I can't believe it, I don't mean to gloat, but this boosts my confidence, will take 5R verbal later tonight followed by 4R and 7R full lenght on wed, thurs! :D
     
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  3. sky walkerz

    sky walkerz Junior Member
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    if you think that's a rollercoaster ride you should ask for your money back. :D

    It sounds more like an inclined plane.


    Any pointers for those of us who are really in for a ride?

    Good luck on Saturday, with all sincerety.

    Luke the Duke
     
  4. liverotcod

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    I really think the Kaplan philosophy is to lower your expectations of yourself to the point that pretty much any performance on the real MCAT is bound to be better than on their practice tests. A little predatory, I think. But on the other hand it may shock folks into studying harder than they otherwise might.
     

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