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I took a Kaplan course in the Spring, and I'm taking the MCAT June 13th.
I've been taking a lot of the AAMC practice tests recently, since I've seen some threads stating that they're the closest in difficulty level, best predictors of score on the real thing, etc.
I've been cruising through the PS sections with high scores and a lot of time left (like 20 minutes). However, a friend that has taken the exam twice now cautioned me that the real MCAT PS section involves significantly more calculations than the AAMC practice tests (or at least both times he took it). I was just wondering if other people had similar experiences, and if perhaps taking the harder Kaplan PS practice tests would be more representative preparation. I don't want to get shocked by the PS section on the real thing, especially since it's the section I should be able to put down the highest score on.