A recent study (2016), shows little to no correlation between MCAT scores and USMLE step 1 scores, as well as little to no correlation between MCAT scores and the NBME scores.  The MCAT also correlated poorly with the Canadian Board exam in 2016, the ( MCCQE-1 ).  The Biological Sciences section had been the most directly correlated section to success on the USMLE Step 1 exam in an article published in 2002, with a correlation coefficient of .553 vs .491 for Physical Sciences and .397 for Verbal Reasoning, however, this is only a moderate strength of correlation, as a strong correlation would be anything above , meaning that even in 2002, MCAT did not have a strong correlation with USMLE Step 1 success.  MCAT composite scores had previously (in article published in 2002) showed correlation with USMLE Step 1 success. 
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