It looks like you're using q in 1/nm. Try converting that to 1/Angstrom and see how it all looks. Both the Vc and Vp methods have an inherent assumption of q being in 1/A.
Using either of the concentration dependent methods depends on having a well calibrated system. For the I(0) reference MW you need to have calibrated your system with a known standard, and then set the standard in the RAW configuration. See this tutorial for details:
For the absolute scaling, your data needs to be on an absolute scale, which again depends on the instrument calibration (and, if you're using RAW to reduce your data, as well as analyze it, on having the correct configuration in RAW).
So unless you have those appropriate calibrations for your data the concentration dependent methods of MW calculation may not return useful values.
All the best.
Jesse Hopkins, PhD
BioCAT, Sector 18
Advanced Photon Source