Hugs, Lions. Do you choose an answer, change it, then discover you shouldn't have changed it? If so, try this: don't change your first answer choice unless you could explain to me how it's wrong. If you took VCLA's writing subtest today (well, yesterday, by now), your 74% is almost certainly based on just the multiple choice questions you faced; if memory serves, those questions account for 50% of possible scaled points on this subtest. At this point, I wouldn't dare predict that you passed. On the other hand, I wouldn't dare predict that you didn't pass. There simply isn't enough information for me to say either way. But let me wish you luck.