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Shortened MCAT Score Conversion Calculator

Find out what your MCAT score converts to in the shortened AAMC practice exams!

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the AAMC shortened the MCAT exam for all students taking the exam from May 29 to September 28, 2020. In addition, the MCAT will be offered at three different times (6:30 AM, 12:15 PM, and 6:00 PM) on each test date. The exam will now be 5 hours and 45 minutes. Examinees will still be tested on content from all four sections of the exam, and will still be scored from 472 to 528.

Because the number of questions in each section has to been reduced, students should plan on taking the AAMC Practice Exams in the same shortened format. Below are the questions you can skip from the AAMC full-length practice exam to simulate the shortened exam. Then just slide to the number of correct answers you received, and we’ll share your simulated score!

AAMC Practice Sample Test
AAMC Practice Exam 1
AAMC Practice Exam 2
AAMC Practice Exam 3
AAMC Practice Exam 4
AAMC Practice Sample Test

Taking a shortened practice exam? These are the AAMC questions to skip from the normal length long exam to simulate the shortened exam. ​​

 

Chem/Phys Skip Passage 9 (Q47-51), Passage 10 (Q52-56), and Freestanding Q57
CARS Skip Passage 8 (Q43-47)
Bio/Biochem Skip Passage 9 (Q48-51), Passage 10 (52-56) and Freestanding Q57-58
Psych/Soc Skip Passage 9 (Q48-51), Passage 10 (52-55) and Freestanding Q56-58

 

 

Now let's see how you'd score. Just slide to the number of correct answers you received on your scaled MCAT exam and you'll see what your score will be!

 

AAMC Practice Exam 1

Taking a shortened practice exam? These are the AAMC questions to skip from the normal length long exam to simulate the shortened exam. ​​

 

Chem/Phys Skip Passage 9 (Q48-51), Passage 10 (52-56) and Freestanding Q57-58
CARS Skip Passsage 9 (Q49-53)
Bio/Biochem Skip Passage 9 (Q48-51), Passage 10 (52-56) and Freestanding Q57-58
Psych/Soc Skip Passage 9 (Q49-52), Passage 10 (53-56) and Freestanding Q57-59

 

 

Now let's see how you'd score. Just slide to the number of correct answers you received on your scaled MCAT exam and you'll see what your score will be!

 

 
AAMC Practice Exam 2

Taking a shortened practice exam? These are the AAMC questions to skip from the normal length long exam to simulate the shortened exam. ​​

 

Chem/Phys Skip Passage 9 (Q48-51), Passage 10 (52-56) and Freestanding Q57-58
CARS Skip Passsage 6 (Q29-33)
Bio/Biochem Skip Passage 9 (Q48-52), Passage 10 (53-56) and Freestanding Q57-58
Psych/Soc Skip Passage 9 (Q47-52), Passage 10 (Q53-56), and Freestanding Q57

 

 

Now let's see how you'd score. Just slide to the number of correct answers you received on your scaled MCAT exam and you'll see what your score will be!

 

 
AAMC Practice Exam 3

Taking a shortened practice exam? These are the AAMC questions to skip from the normal length long exam to simulate the shortened exam. ​​

 

Chem/Phys Skip Passage 9 (Q49-52), Passage 10 (Q53-56), and Freestanding Q57-59
CARS Skip Passsage 9 (Q49-53)
Bio/Biochem Skip Passage 9 (Q49-52), Passage 10 (Q53-56), and Freestanding Q57-59
Psych/Soc Skip Passage 9 (Q48-52), Passage 10 (53-56) and Freestanding Q57-58

 

 

Now let's see how you'd score. Just slide to the number of correct answers you received on your scaled MCAT exam and you'll see what your score will be!

 

 
AAMC Practice Exam 4

Taking a shortened practice exam? These are the AAMC questions to skip from the normal length long exam to simulate the shortened exam. ​​

 

Chem/Phys Skip Passage 9 (Q48-52), Passage 10 (53-56) and Freestanding Q57-58
CARS Skip Passsage 9 (Q49-53)
Bio/Biochem Skip Passage 9 (Q49-52), Passage 10 (Q53-56), and Freestanding Q57-59
Psych/Soc Skip Passage 9 (Q47-52), Passage 10 (Q53-56), and Freestanding Q57

 

 

Now let's see how you'd score. Just slide to the number of correct answers you received on your scaled MCAT exam and you'll see what your score will be!

 

 

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