I did the test last year and exhausted all the GOOD VR materials, i.e. I did ALLLLL the AAMC VR (well I did all the exams except for AAMC 10, which I heard isn't that good anyway), and ALL the 11 VR of Examkrackers 101, and most of the Kaplan VR (which I know the passages are good, but the questions aren't). What should I do? There's still some Kaplan ones I haven't done yet, but I heard they're not "good" and will actually hurt you more...=( I don't have Princeton, and I could try to buy it, but I'm not sure how helpful that will be. Any suggestions? Should I just read the Economist and try to understand it? But I kind of need questions too, just to guide me along. I suppose I could re-do the exams over, but I'm the type of person who remembers things from a year ago, so likely I'll remember what the answers were and it wouldnt' be accurate at all, and I'd be unrealistically confident. Help, anyone. And I have no idea how I am faring....First, I get 9 on a Kaplan verbal, and after I start mixing passags from different tests around, I get 6's...doesn't make any sense to me at all. As a reference, I got 8 on the real thing, and about 10's in practice last year.