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The MCAT 2015

The MCAT is changing! The following is general information about the new MCAT and important links for your information. If you are interested in taking the old MCAT, this link shows January 2015 seat availability for the current exam.

The MCAT is an online exam which is offered on twenty-one different days a year in Fresno, the Los Angeles, San Francisco or San Diego areas. Some of the offerings are in the morning and some in the afternoon. Only register for the exam AFTER you have learned about the exam and are fully prepared to take it.  That means taking practice MCATs, reading about the exam, joining a study group (see HCOP), or perhaps even enrolling in a commercial MCAT prep class. Never register to take an MCAT exam as a way to practice for it: you want to nail it the first time to the best of your ability.

These links provide important information about the new MCAT 2015:

What’s on the MCAT2015 Exam: An Interactive Tool
Medical school policies for accepting scores for the 2016 – 2018 application cycle
AAMC Fee Assistance Program
The Official Guide to the MCAT Exam (MCAT2015), Fourth Edition
Official MCAT2015 Sample Test
Q-UPP eNewsletter archives, webinar recordings, and Q&A transcripts
Pre-health Collection within MedEdPORTAL’s iCollaborative
Course-mapping Tool for the MCAT2015 Exam
MCAT Study: Khan Academy MCAT Collection

IF you have questions: