Unfortunately not or we would be all set. Also, numbers are only half the battle. You can look at acceptance statistics for schools if you can find them.Is there anyway to know what the cut offs are at particular schools?
Apply to DO schools and try the interview with the guaranteed school. If you are like anything like me, the interview might be where you shine.What should I do?
For MD schools, your best chances will be with the VA schools.1st attempt: 495: 126/121/123/125 (CP/CARS/BB/PS)
2nd attempt: 500 126/124/125/125 (CP/CARS/BB/PS)
3rd attempt: 505 127/121/129/128 (CP/CARS/BB/PS)
I am wondering if it is worth retaking it a 4th and final time to pull up my CARS score. I would like to know if the 121 is lethal for all MD schools or DO schools, if not which ones. If were to retake what score should I am for? Any advice would be much appreciated, I feel really defeated, I had not score 121 on any practice tests leading up to my 3rd attempt. I had a very rough CP section that I thought I bombed (124-125) and it killed my confidence going into CARS and I feel as if this contributed to a worse score as I am already poor at CARS.
I'm not ESL as I learned my native language and English at the same time. I primarily speak my native language when at home since my parents are first generation immigrants from Asia-India. Each test was taken roughly a year apart (2015 August, 2016 July, 2017 July). I admit I was not as especially serious during my first two takes, again which is my own fault. I have also studied the most without any distractions for the most recent exam which was roughly 2 months. I was scoring within the ranges I got for my sciences and my lowest CARS score I had ever scored in practice was a 123. Which is why I'm devastated. Is there anyway to know what the cut offs are at particular schools? I finished up a post bacc (MD) with a guaranteed interview and MCAT (3.5+ and 505+). There is no particular subscore cutoff but I feel as if I should not waste the interview and use it towards next cycle when I can have taken the MCAT again and have improved as much as I possibly can. What should I do? I am also a resident of Virginia.