Medical College Admission Test® (MCAT®)
The MCAT exam is a standardized test that has been a part of the medical school admissions process for more than 80 years.
MCAT Registration Testing Dates and Locations
- 2014-January 2015 MCAT Exam Schedule for the United States and Canada
- 2014 MCAT Exam International Testing Dates
- MCAT Exam Registration: 10 Tips from the Experts
The MCAT Exam (2014-January 2015 Testing Year)
Below is a list of resources and tools to get you started thinking about the MCAT exam. For more detailed information see the tabs at the left.
|2014 MCAT® Essentials||2014-Jan. 2015 Registration Deadline Schedule|
|2014 MCAT® Essentials: Accessible Version||2014-January 2015 Trial Section and Score Release Schedule|
|Trial Section||Test Day Tips|
The MCAT Exam in 2015
The MCAT exam is changing in the spring of 2015 to keep pace with the changes in medicine. Below you will find links to information and resources to learn more about the changes to the exam.
|MCAT2015 for Students||MCAT2015 for Medical Schools and Undergraduate Programs|
|MCAT2015 Resource Round-up||Preview Guide for the MCAT2015 Exam (Second Edition)|
|The MCAT Exam: Comparing the 1991 and 2015 Exams|
How to decide which exam to take
With the changes coming in 2015, you may be asking yourself, "which exam do I want to take?" Learn more about making a decision:
Do you need accommodations for the MCAT exam?
Examinees with impairments or medical conditions who feel adjustments are necessary to the testing environment are encouraged to apply for accommodated testing.
The Official MCAT® Self-Assessment Package
Analyze your MCAT knowledge. Discover how it can help you prepare.
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