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Is there always a curve to the MCAT?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Alfred E Newman, Jun 15, 2008.

  1. Alfred E Newman

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    Is there always a curve to each MCAT administered? Just curious if there would be an instance where you simply are scored based off your raw scores?

    For instance, let's say you are doing Exam Krackers verbal 101 practice test and you make an 10 off your raw score...realistically on the MCAT would that be curved up a point or two do to the curve?
     
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    If you were to go to this link you would have found that this answer could have been found here.
     

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