MCAT scorer is the combined score of the four sections. The number of questions answered correctly makes up for the score of each section. The total score achieved after adding the individual score of each section is called “raw score”
MCAT Score is valid for a period of 3 years. Though you can show old MCAT Score but many colleges do not an Score older than 3 years.
You will receive test score for individual sections and overall test. There is no negative marking for wrong answers. The Score for individual sections is reported on a scale of 118 (Lowest) to 132 (Highest). Overall MCAT Score is reported on a scale of 472 to 528. Also a percentile rank is reported along with each section and total score. Each year on 1 May Percentile Rank is updated. AAMC releases MCAT Score 30-35 days after the exam day.