This is a question that has surfaced a few times in conversation that I've never really been able to figure out. When US News etc. gives an average composite MCAT score (or an average verbal score for that matter), how do they count the 13-15 scores? Do they weight it as a 13 (which would explain the lower average verbal scores at most schools) or as a 15? On the official AMCAS printout that they send to schools, I believe they list it as a 13. On the other hand, if they count the score as a 13, then what's the point of a 13-15 score range at all? Anyway, I was hoping somebody out there in SDN land might have some insight.