Post how many you missed in each section...

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WhatSarahSaid
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Re: Post how many you missed in each section...

Postby WhatSarahSaid » Sat Jun 26, 2010 10:54 am

LR1: -1
LG: -1
RC: -6
LR2: -0

I have no idea what happened with RC -- I think I got like two wrong in my past 4-5 RC sections combined by the end of my studying. It wasn't even really hard; I just got rushed on time.

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Re: Post how many you missed in each section...

Postby malfurion » Sat Jun 26, 2010 10:56 am

LR -0
LG -2 (1 on interns, 1 on sequencing)
LR -4 (black water, criticism, gas prices, underground rock band)
RC -4 (3 on new urbanism, 1 on contingency fees)

So, yeah, fuck the New Urbanists. But other than that, I can't complain. Had a PT median of 172 and my last ten PTs were all in the 171-174 range, so I'm fine with a 171. With my GPA there's a huge difference between 169 and 170 so I really just wanted to be on the right side of that. It would've been nice to score at the top of my range, but I'm happy to be done with the test, and I'm sure I'll be able to get into some schools that I'm excited about, so I consider it a success.

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Re: Post how many you missed in each section...

Postby ilovemulch » Sun Jun 27, 2010 11:11 pm

malfurion wrote:LR -0
LG -2 (1 on interns, 1 on sequencing)
LR -4 (black water, criticism, gas prices, underground rock band)
RC -4 (3 on new urbanism, 1 on contingency fees)

So, yeah, fuck the New Urbanists. But other than that, I can't complain. Had a PT median of 172 and my last ten PTs were all in the 171-174 range, so I'm fine with a 171. With my GPA there's a huge difference between 169 and 170 so I really just wanted to be on the right side of that. It would've been nice to score at the top of my range, but I'm happy to be done with the test, and I'm sure I'll be able to get into some schools that I'm excited about, so I consider it a success.


I feel the same way as you. Got 171 (average was 172)...would've been nice to be on high end of my PTs, but I was ranging from 166-176, in the last 2 or 3 weeks before test, so just very relieved to be on the right side of the 170 mark! GL with this cycle!

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Re: Post how many you missed in each section...

Postby mst » Mon Jun 28, 2010 7:06 am

-1 rc, avg -5
-3 lg, avg -1
-5 lr, Avg -5

172, avg 169/170

Overall I'm surprised I missed 3 on lg, was expecting to have missed 1 maybe. Shocked by the rc, but it was unusually simple, so I guess it's fair given the interns hybrid game. Lr was average but there was some tough questions in the 16-22 ranges. Fair curve IMO.

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Re: Post how many you missed in each section...

Postby ebl1014 » Mon Jun 28, 2010 8:11 am

LR -1
RC -3
LR -3
LG -13....bamroasted. so uh, gonna spend a little time on that section before an October retake.

Anyone else in this boat? Perhaps want to develop a kick ass study plan and inspire one another :wink: ?

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Re: Post how many you missed in each section...

Postby Entchen » Mon Jun 28, 2010 8:24 am

LR 1: -0
LG: -2
LR 2: -1
RC: -1

The Reading Comp. one I changed from the right answer to a wrong one. Since there was no 178, getting that right would have lifted me to a 179. Alas. Still, it was 2 points better than my PT average, and 5 or so better than I was expecting to do when I walked out of the exam, so I suppose I can't complain.




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