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listen ...people have failed this exam you need to make up for your score on the next test andthe one after that and just come off as a all star when you get a interview. take care
 

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listen ...people have failed this exam you need to make up for your score on the next test andthe one after that and just come off as a all star when you get a interview. take care
I just wanted to know if It's still worth trying! Do u think so!
 

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oh ya man. people from my school with boderline scores have matched. and im talking abt people with 201's. honestly its all about how you do on your other exams. you need to make up for your score. Just think how it would if on your CK you got a perfect score and on step 3
 

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oh ya man. people from my school with boderline scores have matched. and im talking abt people with 201's. honestly its all about how you do on your other exams. you need to make up for your score. Just think how it would if on your CK you got a perfect score and on step 3
Thanks for keeping up. The spirit.. I highly Appreciate
 

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this is my last post on this topic but honestly yea the the bar has been raised so much that now the standard is a 230 but with that being said you need to be a good human being now a days, people with a score of 260 are usually socially handicap from what I've seen and interviewers will catch that. they rather pick someone with a 220 who seems like he'd be a great team player over a 255 whose shows signs of being a narcissist in his interview... thus why people with high scores sometimes don't match. And don't get me wrong I'm not saying all people with high scores are robots
 

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this is my last post on this topic but honestly yea the the bar has been raised so much that now the standard is a 230 but with that being said you need to be a good human being now a days, people with a score of 260 are usually socially handicap from what I've seen and interviewers will catch that. they rather pick someone with a 220 who seems like he'd be a great team player over a 255 whose shows signs of being a narcissist in his interview... thus why people with high scores sometimes don't match. And don't get me wrong I'm not saying all people with high scores are robots
Great advice!
 
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