It is important to remember that your score is only one piece of your application. Admissions truly use a holistic approach. Your volunteer work and clinical experience also have weight on your application. To have an idea of what a competitive score is, it is important to look at your target schools. You can look at the following resources that share statistics of scores from previous applicants.
The MCAT score is on a 472-528 point scale. Applicants scores have been trending upward the past cycles with many having a 500+ score. Check out these resources to learn more about MCAT scores and how to interpret them.
The DAT score is on a 1-30 point scale with a competitive range being 20+.
Check out the ADA’s page on Interpreting your Score.
The PCAT score is on a 200-600 point scale. A competitive range is is 400+
The OAT score is on a 200-400 point scale where the 50th percentile has a score of 300. The average matriculant score is 320+.
The PA-CAT is still relatively new so it is important to check if it is required by your target schools. The PA-CAT score range is on a 200-800 point scale. The top 20% have a score of 540+.
The Graduate Records Examination (GRE) score is created by the quantitative reasoning and verbal reasoning score as well as analytical writing score. Being in the 70th percentile tends to be in the competitive range.