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What is the Minimum Raw Score for 10's on all MC sections?

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Hey guys,

I was wondering what are the minimum number of questions needed to be answered correctly in order to get a 10 in each of the multiple choice sections (i.e PS, VR, and BS). If an approximation can be given, please let me know as well.

Thanks.
 

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Hey guys,

I was wondering what are the minimum number of questions needed to be answered correctly in order to get a 10 in each of the multiple choice sections (i.e PS, VR, and BS). If an approximation can be given, please let me know as well.

Thanks.

No one really knows. If you get a super hard form, maybe you can miss 15 and still get a 10 for BS/PS? And 10 for VR? Just guesses.
 

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Hey guys,

I was wondering what are the minimum number of questions needed to be answered correctly in order to get a 10 in each of the multiple choice sections (i.e PS, VR, and BS). If an approximation can be given, please let me know as well.

Thanks.
it depends on how difficult the test is. It's hard to say.
 

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It can vary quite a bit from test to test.
 

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I always aim for a 42/52 in PS, 31/40 in VR, and 42/52 in BS. I think that'll get you a 10, 10, 10.

I knew the actual numbers before I took my MCAT (which was on Aug 14th), I forget now..

You can always check the score conversion on the practice MCATs. The numbers vary for each test, but they're surprisingly consistent. Just think that you can't miss more than 10 questions in PS and BS, and no more than 8 in VR to get a 10,10,10. Best of luck!
 

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Honestly the way ppl have been talking about these tests lately, i wouldnt be suprised if you could miss 15-16 and still make a 10, but not sure though
 
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