So my MSAR says that the upper bound on last year's MCAT scores was 42 (near the front of the book with the various charts of MCAT and GPA). AFAIK, the max MCAT possible is 43 (13V + 15B + 15P). So I guess that means that not a single person got a perfect score on the MCAT? You'd think at least one person would. Not that 42 is bad or anything Or is it that the max score on a section of the MCAT last year was 14, not 15, due to some weird curving (as with the verbal section). Anyone know?