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amcas verification / mcat date

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by lala2626, May 6, 2008.

  1. lala2626

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    hey, will the amcas be verified even if the mcat score report doesn't come in until later (as long as you indicate on the application that you're taking the test at a later date)? Thanks.
     
  2. devilpup

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    Yes, as soon as the MCAT score is released, AMCAS will automatically received it. You do not have to worry about it, as long as you indicate when you will be taking the exam.
     
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  3. lala2626

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    but can the amcas be verified before the mcat score report is received? as in can my amcas app be verified in june even though the score report won't be turned in until later on this summer? or does amcas wait on the report before sending stuff out to the designated schools? thanks!
     
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    i don't think so, but i'm not sure.

    here's an idea: ask AMCAS.
     
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    1) Yes. Then the day they receive your score they submit to all your designated schools.

    2) Generally, this is true, but some schools seem to send out secondaries before the MCAT is received, suggesting that they do not screen your numbers, and invite anyone interested to send in an application with its fee. Maybe this happens because a previous MCAT score is already on file. Perhaps someone else will comment.
     

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