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How is the MCAT scored?

Approximately a month after taking the MCAT exam, you will receive your individual section scores as well as the total score. Each section can range from 118-132; the average score in each is 125. The total score is then calculated by adding the scores in each section, and it will range from 472-528. It is important to note that the MCAT is a curved exam which means that your raw score will be recalculated and rescored accordingly.  Learn more about your MCAT score .

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