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To view your scores, click the "Get Your Test Scores" button in the top right corner. Official scores are released 30-35 days* after an exam date.
*April 2015 exams will take 60 days and May 2015 exams will take 45 days to be scored because of the additional analyses required to set the new score scale. Learn more about testing in April or May 2015.
If you took the MCAT exam prior to April 2015, see MCAT Scores from 1991 Through January 2015 for information about your scores. If you tested prior to 1991, you will need to submit a Paper Score Request Form to the MCAT office.
Watch the video below to get a quick overview of the new MCAT score scale.
Your 2015 Score Report
Your scores on the MCAT exam are an important source of information for admissions committees about your readiness for academic success in medical school. Learn more about how to interpret your scores.
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Medical School Policies for Accepting Scores
Looking for information on how long old MCAT scores are accepted by medical schools? Download the report
For Medical Schools and Programs
If you are a medical school or program that does not receive scores through AMCAS, learn how your program and staff can receive MCAT scores electronically.