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Adi Prasad

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Hello people,
I have a situation that I need some advice on. I am waitlisted now and am making my back up plans. I am definitely not going to apply this summer because my credentials have not changed.
I will apply the summer of 2003 to enter in the fall of 2004. The only snag is that I took my MCAT in august 2000. Does anybody know if that will be accepted. Even if they say it is, has anybody ever gotten in with an older MCAT. I am deciding if I have to take it again.
 

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check out the msar. it will tell you the oldest mcats that schools will take. it is different depending on the school. i know that my mcat (august 1999) was the oldest mcat that the uc system would take for the class of 2006. but, i also know that other schools would accept older scores. the msar has it all.
 
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Originally posted by souljah1
check out the msar. it will tell you the oldest mcats that schools will take. it is different depending on the school. i know that my mcat (august 1999) was the oldest mcat that the uc system would take for the class of 2006. but, i also know that other schools would accept older scores. the msar has it all.

Ahem. I took the April one and it worked.
/me takes the title of oldest acceptable MCAT from souljah1
 
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