Just wanted to share the fruits of your labor (attached). It seems the center of AMCAS's preliminary percentile ranges were a little off for Chemical/Physical and Psychosocial, but having hit the magical 96th %ile overall, I really cannot complain. Should definitely have done better than an 129 on those two, but I think I will be well served by my scores. It's funny because I went back and forth on several CARS questions, changing some of my answers in the last minutes of the section, so I definitely would not have predicted a perfect score there.
Thanks again, John, for all of your support. Your patience, flexibility, understanding, and spot-on psychological insight was so much more than I could have paid for, deserved, or expected. This is all without mentioning how well you teach the science and understand the exam. Some of your eleventh hour biochem review, particularly of coenzymes and electron carriers, was critical for several questions on the Bio/Biochem section. I think it speaks to your ability to get inside the head of the exam writers and track the trajectory of the new test that you highlighted precisely what I needed to hear in the home stretch.
If there is anything I can do to assist you or your project in some way, I do not ask, I demand that you let me know. Please feel free to use this email, redacted in any way you see fit, as a testimonial, and I would be happy to write something more substantial if you would like. If there are potential clients considering your services, you can forward them my contact information and I will be happy to sing your praises. From this point on, I can offer not just my impressions, but concrete results. It feels like the very least I could do.
I will in any event keep in touch and let you know how things work out applications-wise. Getting ready to submit my primary in the next day or two, so its an unnerving time, but I have a new shot of confidence I think will help see me through :). Hope all is well at home and I look forward to hearing from you! - A. P.