SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) So I got my Jan MCAT scores back this week and I was slightly disappointed. I averaged about a 35-36 on the AAMC practice test (with a 38 on one of the last ones). I was hitting 9-11 on verbal and 12-14 for the bio and physical science. My score I got back from the real deal was 33Q (10V, 10P, 13B). I wasn't feeling super charged up in the beginning on test day mostly because I was trying to stay cool and not freak. The result I think was that I wasn't as sharp on the PS but I hit my stride for the rest of the test. I think that if I study a bit more and get more "in the zone" for physics that I might be able to bump that up a couple points. On the other hand is the couple points really going to make a difference especially considering there is always the possibility (albeit slim if I review for all sections) that one of the scores will go down? Thanks!