Last Updated: August 12, 2021

MCAT Total Score to Percentile Rank- 2021-2022

Scoring in MCAT is done on a scale ranging between 472 and 528. A percentile rank for any examination is the rank the candidate has achieved with respect to the other test takers for the same session. If a candidate has a percentile of 88, it implies that the candidate has performed better than 88% of candidates who attempted the test.

The percentile ranks from May, 2021 to April, 2022 are as follows-
Total ScorePercentile
472 <1
473 <1
474 <1
475 <1
476 1
477 1
478 1
479 2
480 3
481 4
482 4
483 6
484 7
485 8
486 9
487 11
488 13
489 15
490 17
491 19
492 21
493 24
494 27
495 29
496 32
497 35
498 38
499 42
500 45
501 48
502 52
503 55
504 58
505 62
506 65
507 69
508 72
509 75
510 78
511 81
512 84
513 86
514 88
515 90
516 92
517 94
518 95
519 96
520 97
521 98
522 99
523 99
524 100
525 100
526 100
527 100
528 100

Additional Information

Average GPA and MCAT Score for Top Colleges

The following is a list of MCAT scores and average GPAs for the top colleges in the year 2020. For further information, candidates are requested to visit the official college/university websites since this information is variable from year to year.

Ohio State - College of Medicine

Average GPA: 3.8
Avg. MCAT score 515 for the class of 2020

Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Average GPA: 3.87
Average MCAT: 518

Penn State College of Medicine

Undergraduate GPA: 3.74
Average MCAT: 507

Harvard University

Average GPA: 3.9
Average MCAT: 518

Duke University

Average GPA: 3.8
Average MCAT: 518

Yale University

Average GPA: 3.82
Average MCAT: 519

John Hopkins University

Average GPA: 519
Average MCAT: 519

Stanford University

Average GPA: 3.89
Average MCAT: 518


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