•••quote:•••Originally posted by RNA Ladder 2003:
•How low the first MCAT score should be so there is no point of retaking it? I heard of someone who got 6 on VR, 1 of PS and 2 on Bio. I do not think that since the person bombed the test it would make any sence to retake it. Let me know if I am wrong. I have no idea how she did though becasue if you answer "C" or "B" on all the question, you still would get more than that.•••••First of all, I doubt this person even answered all of the questions. He or she probably left a lot of questions blank.
Secondly, a lot of people take this test with no preparation and do fine. It really depends on the individual.
Thirdly, and I do not mean any offense at all, but your grammar and syntax indicate that English is not your first language (or it is but you are typing extremely quickly and not paying attention to what you are writing). If the person you are talking about also has limited English skills, that might play a role in his or her low score. The MCAT is, obviously, in English and therefore English skills do contribute to a person's ability to do well.
That being said, I would not discourage anybody from taking the test just because they did poorly once. So everyone go out and take the MCAT!