How is the MCAT Scored?

Сorrect answers from each section are converted into a scaled score ranging from:  118 (lowest) to  132 (highest).

If the number of correct answers in one of the sections is between 35 and 37, converted score may be 123. If it is between 46 and 48, it could be 128, and so on.

Raw scores are converted to scaled scores in order to equalize small differences in difficulty between the set of questions in different test forms.