Everyone says that not to worry about a real MCAT that is harder than the practice tests because there will be a greater curve. But realisticly what do you think is the number wrong that you can get and still get the same score with a curve. What i'm trying to say is if you need to get 44 questions correct for an 11 in BS, for most of the AAMC practice test, even if the real test is harder, i don't think the curve would pull the number of correct say to 39 or 37 for an 11. I would think that even if the test is difficult, it will at most lower the number correct by 1 or 2 questions at most. So you would still need like a 42 or 43 correct answers to get an 11. Does anyone have an idea if i'm right or wrong in assuming this? Or any more insight on how the entire process works?