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Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT)

***January 23, 2015 – LAST day of OLD exam***

From the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC): "The MCAT exam is changing in the spring of 2015 to keep pace with the changes in medicine and medical education. The new exam is designed to help prepare tomorrow’s doctors for the challenges, advancements, and reformations of our future health care system. The first applicants to sit for the MCAT2015 exam will be those who apply to medical school for matriculation in the fall of 2016.

The changes to the MCAT exam in 2015 preserve what works about the current exam, eliminate what isn’t working, and further enrich the MCAT exam by giving attention to the concepts tomorrow’s doctors will need:

MCAT 2015 Test Sections

The MCAT2015 Exam has four test sections (the number of questions and minutes are approximate):

For information regarding courses that cover the above concepts, please visit our pre-requisite page.

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