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jayteeteejay

so I recently took the mcat and got a 513 (90th percentile) 127/125/130/131. I know there are many charts that compare to the old mcat score but they all have different scores. Some say a 513 is a 32, 33, or even a 34. So my question is, how can I know which schools align with my 513 mcat especially if msar still only has old mcat scores up? Thanks
 
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jayteeteejay

If you're smart enough to get a 513, you're smart enough to figure this **** out on your own.
Thanks for that constructive answer. In all seriousness, I did call specific schools but they didn't offer up the updated mcat scaled scores and the percentiles don't match up exactly
 

WhittyPsyche

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Thanks for that constructive answer. In all seriousness, I did call specific schools but they didn't offer up the updated mcat scaled scores and the percentiles don't match up exactly
What she means is the only score percentile rank that matters is the AAMC. They publish this for a reason. You can compare both tables and the specific subsection percentiles. There aren't "multiple conversions". There is AAMC, and that's the only relevant info.


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