When you get your mcat score can you see what problems you got wrong?

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or get any sort of feedback? I heard you don't and that just seems really stupid, annoying, and unnecessarily cloak-and-dagger for those who have to retake. like on the SAT you could see exactly what you missed and were given feedback and that gave you a solid way of studying to find out what your weaknesses are.
 
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No you don't get any feedback on the questions right or wrong. They reuse questions and can't have people having access to them outside of the testing environment.
 
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No you don't get any feedback on the questions right or wrong. They reuse questions and can't have people having access to them outside of the testing environment.
:( that really sucks. so how do you get any idea of what you need to study to improve your score if you need to retake? no feedback from the actual exam makes it way more difficult imo
 

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:( that really sucks. so how do you get any idea of what you need to study to improve your score if you need to retake? no feedback from the actual exam makes it way more difficult imo
Hopefully you obtained such feedback from the multiple available practice tests.