The MCAT has a score range of 118–132 in each of four categories that measure a student’s understanding of critical reasoning and various sciences. A percentile rank is also given for each category. Last year, the average medical school matriculant had a score of 510, which is 80th percentile. However, a good score on the MCAT depends on the goals of an individual student, target schools, and the rest of a student’s application. Once we get to know you, we can help you shape those goals and make a plan to reach them.