...and it's name is Salty! Most of you know what it is that I'm referring to, and for those of you who don't, it's a reference to the MCAT via the ExamKrackers series of study books. Anyways, I know my MCAT score is the Achilles' heel of my application so I've decided to start studying for that stupid test again. I have two questions: 1.) How much movement denotes improvement, and not just seen as the same score? I'm sittin' on a 28 right now, so what're talkin' here... +2? +4? +6? (i.e. because the test is scaled, is a 28-30 the "same" score?) 2.) (...and I pray it doesn't get this far) Are any points won by retaking the test every year, even if say I manage to get 32+ next time around, and continue with an upward trend? My logic is that a.) the 32+ retake wasn't a fluke, and b.) my brain hasn't turned to mush year after year. Just curious.