- Jan 02, 2014
- MCAT Blog, MCAT Question of the Day
Many students taking the MCAT are curious how their scores stack up against other applicants. Courtesy of AAMC data, here is the breakdown.
This data is taken from AAMC reports for 2012. (At time of writing, 2013 results weren’t yet complete).
For this year, the mean score was 25.2 with a standard deviation of 6.4 points.
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