ive been pretty consistent in bio and verbal getting 10s and 9s, although i havent even started with studying hormones for bio, i can still answer those questions right. But for physics i get scared when i dont recognize the info, and if it is a calc, and i dont know the equation, i tend to guess and go on. But then after the test i realized i knew the eq and i was just giving up.
For bio i just have a general feel for everything, but i dont really know anything specific. My best bet is to read the bio review books and get familiar with the way how stuff works in the body. Sometimes a general knowledge of things helps to stop overthinking of the question, which leads to drawing deep conclusions and usually gets the wrong answer. The test isnt very specific, but there r always some exceptions. If there is anything complex for the bio section, it is in the passage and with ur general knowledge of biology, you should be able to figure it out. For orgo, i dont know any reactions outside of sn1,sn2,e1,e2. But i do know how reactions generally work, nucleophiles electrophiles etc and what attacks what in a reaction. I usually get 75% of orgo right from this. Once again a general knowledge will help in orgo.
For verbal, i kinda read the passage as a book. Then i just answer the questions like normal. It takes a bit of practice and concentration, and sometimes i look back into the passage to see if i am right. ive taken the kaplan verbal tests and have been scoring 22+/40, which isnt good in aamc terms cause u need 30/40 to score a 10 but it does help you understand what kind of questions will be asked. just do alot of verbal to get the feel for things, and the wheels start clicking