About the MCAT
Your MCAT score is more than just a formality in the admissions process. Medical school admissions committees use your MCAT score in conjunction with your academic record to assess whether you have the academic foundation upon which to build a successful medical career. Consequently, a high score on the MCAT will have a direct, positive impact on your medical school application.
The MCAT is designed to provide medical schools with common measures for comparing the qualifications of applicants and their preparedness to undertake the medical school curriculum. The exam not only measures your content knowledge in General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, General Biology, Biochemistry, Physics, Psychology, and Sociology, it also tests your critical analysis and reasoning skills. And the exam is long - you can expect to be at the testing center for about 7.5 hours - and offered exclusively on computer on designated dates throughout the year.
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