It's also interesting that 7 attempts include voids and no-shows. So if i void the first 6 attempts, the 7th truly becomes a one-shot deal
Are old and new MCAT scores averaged together the same way?
I scored a 27 (10/9/8)on the old MCAT and scored a 517 (130/126/130/131) on the new MCAT a year and a half later.
Thats a shame. Hopefully some schools will see how much dedication and effort I put into the year following my first MCAT score and see that as a positive in some ways.
What would YOU conclude about an applicant who voided 6x exams?????
2 scores is a gray area, especially with a 1.5 year time difference, which is long enough to show that you have improved a lot and the first attempt was probably a fluke. It's probably better to position yourself in the 31-35 category (closer to 35 than 31) than just a 31
I thought adcoms can't see voided attempts even though they're recorded by AAMC?
This is my extremely uninformed position, but I am almost certain that the point of voiding was so that the score couldn't be seen because the test wasn't even graded.