Highwyre's response is exactly right - the scaled score numbers are rounded off. The score out of 800 is calculated based on the numbers before they were rounded off. Because of that rounding, two apparently identical scaled score sets can produce slightly different scores out of 800 (though I don't believe I've ever seen a difference of more than 10 points). It has nothing at all to do with differences among test centers.
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