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I took the MCAT last year and scored in the low 30s. I retook the MCAT this early April and may not have scored well so I am deciding if i should take the MCAT third time, late in May or June. My question is, if I end up scoring well in the april MCAT, can I get AACOMAS to only accept those two scores, rather than the third one since it wouldn't come when I submit my application?


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no. every score must be reported. and if you took the april mcat you should have scores in early may. AACOMAS opens up in early may but you can't submit until early june. so even if you could get away with this con (which you can't), you still wouldn't qualify. sorry, you HAVE to report the score.


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+1 This... Also, just chill out on retaking, your score of 30+ is not a bad score.
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