<p>Well, I did around 4 tests total to prepare for this. I did one Barron's test, scored around a 760. I also took all three online Sparknotes tests really early in the game, averaged 720-740.
I ended up with an 800 on the real test.
Hope that helps you and good luck :)</p>
<p>Calm down. I only used PR, and scored around 720-750 on that. Got a 790 on the real thing, and would have had an 800 except for some random descriptive chemistry questions.</p>
<p>For TTCE, just make sure you evaluate the two statements seperately first. If they're both true, then consider whether CE applies. I don't see how you could "memorize" all the TTCE. It mostly tests you on chemical principles that you should be familiar with. If you know your laws, principles, and trends correctly (along with the exceptions) you'll be fine. </p>
<p>Remember, you have to relax during the test. This is very important. The difference between freaking out and relaxing is also the difference between getting an average score and doing very well. From your posts, it looks like you've done a fair amount of review. Just have faith now :)</p>
<p>yea, same. I'm getting 780+ on the practice tests but last year I got all 800s on the practice tests but came out with a 780 on physics. I was overconfident and didn't manage my time well and didn't get to the last few... so I never know on test day.</p>