You know I was a little bit confused today when I looked at my PCAT scores. MY overall composite was BAD, but I seriously don't know what to think because two of my individual scores were not that bad. Here was my score breakdown Verbal Ability 391 36% Biology 435 91% Reading Comprehension 370 12% Quantitative Ability 420 82% Chemistry 394 44% Composite 402 55% Writing score 4 Okay, so I know what my problem in chemistry is. I knew most of the organic and some of the general chemistry, but other than that, I didn't know my ass from a hole in the ground in this section, and on top of that I did not get finished. I feel like a 44% would be about right if I knew most of the organic and only a little bit of the general chemistry. My Quant score in june was 23 % so I came up alot in this section. I'm afriad that I guessed good in this section, but I feel like I knew more and didnt just guess my way from 23% to 82%. In the Verbal ability section, I knew I did terribly crappy. In June, my score in verbal was like 51%, which was still no good but way better than 36%. Reading comprehension... What can I say???? You'd think I was a foreigner based on my sorry ass scores in verbal and reading comp. Last time I scored in the 50%. I just feel like I don't know how to answer the questions in this section. The weird thing is, I turned around and got a 4 on the essay which I thought was totally filled with incoherent rambling. The only thing that I can think of is possibly that the essay is not judged on content but rather on sentence structure and correct grammar? I'm not all that worried about, chemistry because I know that I will be able to brush up on my general chemistry, but for the life of me, I cannot understand what my problem is in the verbal/reading comp sections of the test. Am I pretty much screwed here? I mean, is there anyway I can be better prepared for the reading comprehension and verbal sections next time, or is it really too late for me to improve here? I have to take the Miller's Analogy Test on applicant day also, so the PCAT won't be my last encounter with verbal reasoning.