What is a "good" MCAT score?
Currently, there are 3 sections on the MCAT: Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences and Verbal Reasoning. Each section is scored separately on a scale from 0-15. Generally, a grade of 10 in each section (combined score of 30) would be considered a "good" score. With all of the changes occurring with the MCAT, it is best to direct you to the official MCAT website for the most accurate and up to date information.