I'm wondering if this is true, since the OP bothered to ask. If, as I suspect, you did well on the MCAT and poorly on the PCAT, you have other issues, and a school taking your MCAT isn't going to help you.No, just the PCAT. However, if you did well on the MCAT, you will do well on the PCAT.
It's anecdote, of course, but a handful of folks that I have spoken to would agree with you, and add that excellent performance on the MCAT would translate well into excellent performance on the PCAT.I think most people who have looked at (or better yet, did do) both the MCAT and PCAT would say the MCAT is harder and it's not close. The depth of the material is just completely different.