Do MCAT subscores matter?

There is not much of a difference between an applicant who had a breakdown of 128 127 128 129 and an applicant with 129 128 127 127 because both applicants did well on all four sections of the exam and the scores are fairly balanced. However, having an unbalanced score of 130 125 130 130 does not look good to medical schools. Typically, you want a relatively even distribution.

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