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broken tailbone

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by koogles, Dec 14, 2008.

  1. koogles

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    I just broke my tailbone and I'm planning to take the MCAT in a month, would there be any way for admin to let me bring in one of those U-shaped pillows to sit on? I'm thinking no, but I don't know what to do..
     
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  3. SN2ed

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    I don't know. You could be sneaking in critical MCAT testing information :p

    Seriously now, give your testing center a call. Hopefully, they won't be too mean. I bet you'll need your doctor's slip telling them you broke your tailbone and need a special cushion.
     
  4. Vihsadas

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    Probably you'll need a doctor's slip, but you'll have to tell the AAMC as well as your testing center. Better to let them both know than not. GL.
     

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