Thursday, September 27, 2007

Got my PCAT scores back...

And I did better than I expected.

I scored in the 95th percentile or higher in everything (verbal ability, biology, quantitative ability, and chemistry) except for reading comprehension (86th!!! WTF???), and my composite was in the 99th percentile.

Guess that makes my application for Hawaii and Creighton that much stronger.

*cabbage patch dance*

Woo hoo!!!!


ronn said...

Congrats! Now breathe a little...

:: jozjozjoz :: said...

OMG! Kick ass!

Sorry I'm so late to the game!


Go Efi! Go Efi! Go, go Efi!

Raj said...

Hi, I was looking though the blogs and I came across your. I am studying for the PCAT and take it Jan 19th, any suggestions??? How about the verbal?? Should I use GRE stuff? Sorry so nervous

Efren said...

Raj: The best way to study for the PCAT verbal section is to read, read and read. It's the best way to put the vocab words in context, and will also help you with both the sentence completion and analogy questions.

The science and math questions are honestly really easy. As long as you've taken 1st year bio, general chem and 1st year calculus, you should do fine. I can't reveal more than that because of the rules regarding PCAT.