The following experience sucks. I registered for the MCAT using both my Chinese and English first names thinking that this would be safe for me because some of my IDs have my Chinese first names on them, while others have my English first name on them. To my dismay, I received the lamest excuse ever in my life. I wasn't allowed to take the MCAT today and no refunds will be made. Well, given their notorious primary goal of maximizing profit, I wasn't suprised at the latter. According to their strict little baby unreasonable rule/policy, because the government issued IDs (passport and driver's license) that I presented at the test center only have my English first names on them, they do not match "exactly" as my registered first name. Even though my University student card has my picture on it and has my Chinese first name on it, they wouldn't take it. Who would ever have anticipated the extraneous information of my Chinese first name that I provided during registration got me into trouble? Obviously, they were perfectly able to positively identify me at the test center, but then understandably, nobody working at the test center gives a damn about it and they only care about their jobs and salaries, and then the bigger organization behind it just wants to rob me of another USD210. It was so unreasonable and I was so angry, given many months of efforts and preparation for this exam. Should I attempt to ask for a refund or something? I F E E L L I K E C R A P.