Average PCAT Scores.
You will receive a scaled score and percentile for each of the five multiple-choice sections of the PCAT, and for all five of the multiple-choice sections as a whole (composite scores). Scaled scores run from 200 to 600. A separate score, ranging from one through five, is given for the Writing section. A score of five is “superior”, and a score of one is “weak”.

There is no “passing” score for the PCAT, but you will need to know what the average cut-off score is for the pharmacy schools to which you're looking to apply to. Look at the school's Web site you are interested in to see the average PCAT score for their program.

Each pharmacy school has a different policy for weighing your PCAT score with your GPA. The majority of pharmacy schools will weigh your PCAT score more heavily than your GPA.


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