AAMC Pre-health Advisor Support
Pre-Med Event Request
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MCAT Resources for Pre-health Advisors
Please have your students follow @AAMC_MCAT for updates and announcements.
- Important update to accommodations annotation policy.
- MCAT Registration Opening and Information for the New MCAT Exam
This 1-hour webinar recorded on Jan. 27, 2015, discusses the 2015 registration opening, policy updates, test preparation, and other topics to help you advise your students during the transition to the new MCAT exam.
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MCAT Score Report Verification
To verify MCAT exam scores sent to you via paper, please enter the verification code listed on the report: Verify the Authenticity of an MCAT Score Report
If you believe the report you received is fraudulent or the scores on the report do not match the scores on the "verify" screen, please contact us immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Testing Academic Competencies with the 2015 MCAT® Exam
- The New Score Scales for the 2015 MCAT Exam®
- AAMC 2014 Annual Meeting: Supporting Applicants and Admissions Committees through the MCAT2015 Transition
- AAMC 2014 Annual Meeting: Evaluating the Validity of MCAT2015 and Its Impact on Applicants and Admissions Committees
The primary goal of the research undertaken by the Section for the MCAT is to understand the relationships between cognitive and non-cognitive behaviors in the premedical years and at various stages of medical school, residency, and medical practice, for the purpose of improving the quality of the MCAT. MCAT research studies reflect mainly non-experimental and survey research, and include both quantitative and qualitative approaches.
MCAT Exam Statistics
The statistics provided on this page include information on the three multiple-choice sections (Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Verbal Reasoning) as well as the Writing Sample section which was administered as part of the MCAT exam from 1991 to 2012. Note that the Writing Sample section was removed from the MCAT exam beginning in 2013 in order allow time for the administration of a Trial Section to inform the development of new test questions to appear on the next version of the MCAT exam scheduled to be introduced in the spring of 2015.
More MCAT Resources
MCAT Exam Policies for U.S. and Canadian Medical Schools
View MCAT® Exam policies to see which exam(s) medical schools will accept for the 2016, 2017 and 2018 application cycles.
What's on the MCAT2015 Exam?
Use this free tool to find out everything you need to prepare for the new MCAT exam through text, video, and sample questions and explanations.