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What if you have taken the MCAT more than once?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Fernj75, Jun 19, 2001.

  1. Fernj75

    Fernj75 Member
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    I was wondering if most schools take the highest set of scores from you MCAT. I took the MCAT in August and scored a 10 on the BS section, however I got a 8 this time but my other two scores increased. I will most schools look at the 10 over the 8 on the BS section?
     
  2. bruinboy2000

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    As far as I know most schools will NOT split up multiple MCATs to get the highest composite score. Most schools will either take:
    1) The most recent score.
    2) The overall highest score on any one exam.
    3) The average of all the MCATs taken.

    From what I've heard, the last option is pretty uncommon, but it does still exist.

    Good luck! :)
     

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