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"What should I do about my MCAT SCORE" Thread?

Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by yaoming315, Feb 28, 2007.

  1. yaoming315

    2+ Year Member

    Feb 28, 2007
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    4vr, 11ps, 12 bio. I have never made below a 6 on verbal in my practice tests, and usually fluctuate between a 7-10. i wanted to take the jan mcat so i can send my stuff in as soon as TMDSAS open up. Do you guys think i should still send it in as soon as it opens up and then retake it and note on my application, or wait till i get a new score? I really would hate to study for the mcat again because of verbal. any help would be appreaciated. thanks
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  3. UMP

    UMP Recovered Under-Achiever
    7+ Year Member

    Aug 27, 2004
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    Medical Student
    4 on VR is a deal breaker IMHO... even if english is your second language they'd want to see that score at 7-8 at a minimum. Retake ASAP
  4. mshheaddoc

    mshheaddoc Howdy
    Moderator Emeritus 15+ Year Member

    Apr 24, 2002
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    moving to "what are my chances" thread ....

    With a 4 you need to take a retake IMHO, sorry :( edit: I just read that you were in the "error" group thread. You might want to contact schools you are interested in to see what they say about that ... but I imagine you'll have to retake.

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