If you've taken the MCAT and are wondering where your MCAT scores lie in comparison to students attending some of the top medical schools in the country, then take a look at these average MCAT scores.
Remember, that you have the possibility of earning a 3 on the low end and a 45 on the high end for your total score, and a 1-15 for each MCAT test section.
Average MCAT Scores for Top 11 - 25 Medical Schools
|Average MCAT Scores for Accepted Students|
|Medical School||Average/Section||Average Total Score|
|University of Chicago||10.3||31|
|University of Pittsburgh||11||33|
|University of California – San Diego||11.7||35|
|University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill||10.3||31|
|University of Texas – Dallas||11.7||35|
|University of Virginia - Charlottesville||11||33|
|University of Alabama – Birmingham||10||30|
|New York University||11.7||35|
|Ohio State University||11||33|