Imagine i felt after the FEB test. The FEB test is basically the experimental section times 5. I felt so dumb after the test and my score felt it. Worst thing is you don't get the report back to see your mistakes. So i scored lower then i did on my diagonostic and did not know where to improve.The first section today seem like a repeat. i was like here we go again. But then when i noticed the problems becoming basic again i felt better.
It's a tough call. After my June test I didn't feel confident going in, but I thought I did decently. At least 165+. And I got a 159 and I wish I had cancelled. This test, being a retake, I also majorly bombed the last game (and part of the third) and as I said elsewhere, was pretty much on the verge of tears heading into the last section and thought 'should I walk out now?' but all I have on file is a 159 and I sure was not retaking this test again and I had paid for it so I was just literally like 'f*ck this' and pretty much tore through the last section with some sort of rage focus and finished it incredibly early (about 10 - 12 minutes to spare). So the point is - you will never know until you get it. I thought I did okay last time and did terribly and I bombed part of one section this time and I may have still done terribly. If you want to apply for next year I would probably just ride it out but if you are not, then I would probably cancel because it's not worth having a really low score on your report if you have the time to redo it.
I'm considering canceling my score too. I gave up as well, though I was really trying not to give up. I don't know though. Now that they're not normally averaging test scores, is it worth canceling?
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