Looking at past blogs a lot of them said to aim for high 70s and considered that to be a grade that got them in.. I know they look at other things too, but personally I think that’s a great score from speaking to other people in the past.
i found this break down from a past blog too.. do u think this was pretty accurate breakdown of the exam for this year too? Cuz it’s kind of what I’m going by..
It was virtually ALL physiology. No chem, anatomy, bio, etc.
* Make sure you study a lot of the respiratory system (gas exchange, how air enters body, etc), cardiovascular system (blood flow through vessels, heart, etc), Nervous system (autonomic, parasympathetic, etc), and Endocrine system, feedback loops. Most (if not all) questions came from these four systems. Also, there were some questions about the digestive system.
* Decimals, fractions, percentages, ratios, and a few dosage questions.
* Make sure you have those first four mastered. Almost all of the questions were on those four types of problems.
* There were problems where you had to add fractions, add decimals, convert decimals to fractions or percentages, etc.
* You can't bring your own calculator but there's a calculator on the PC screen you can use.
* You have to read quite a bit for this section so keep mindful of the time. You get about 4-5 passages to read and each one has a few questions asking about different rules of English, etc.
* Make sure you know subject-verb rules, rules on using apostrophes, commas, colons/semi-colons, and clauses. Also, make sure you know when to use its vs it's, lets vs let's, etc.