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how long does your MCAT score last?

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Guest therealcrackers

The last time I wrote the MCAT, my scores were valid for 5 years---and I wrote it because my scores had lapsed while I was in grad school. With the new MCAT in April 2003, that may change, but this is an MCAT/AMCAS/other regulatory body decision. All schools will abide by it; you will now have to report all your scores to the school, but the most current ones will have to have been taken in the last 5 years.

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Guest Ian Wong

Moved out of the General Premed forum into the MCAT forum...


As far as I recall, the eligibility period for the MCAT can vary depending on the school, but then again, I haven't had any experience with it in the last 4 years. If you will be cutting things close, I would recommend looking at each med school's website, or contacting them to confirm their MCAT eligibility period.



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