July 2, 2012
- You are rushed. That study plan that you originally laid out at the beginning of your Kaplan course never quite came through the way you thought it would. At this point in the game you are cramming everything in and you are beginning to have vivid dreams of Organic Chemistry monsters swallowing you up, and mysterious physics equations that just can’t quite be remembered.
- Your scores aren’t where you would like them to be. We highly recommend for student to take AT LEAST 8-10 full length examinations. This number allows for you the student to have an honest representation of how you are going to score on the real thing. You must have a larger sample size, i.e. more tests, to have an honest representation of your average score. Everyone has good days and bad. There is no sense in taking the test if you are not scoring in the range you need to get into the schools you want.
- Life throws a curveball. Whatever the case there may be things that can happen where it might not be the best time in your personal life to take your MCAT exam. If you are having extenuating circumstances that are preventing you from giving your full focus to your academics it might be best to post-pone your test so that you will be able to meet your full potential.
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