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CBT - more than three times

poppytart

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When I was registering for the CBT online it said that it would ask me how many times I had taken the MCAT, and if it were more than three, it would prompt me to send in some extra papers (namely proof that I was still wanting to go to med school). However, after I finished registering and paying, it never asked me if I took the MCAT more than three times, which I have!

Did everyone else get that question when they registered? I think I should just fax them the info they need anyways. I just don't want my seat to be forfeited! Any help would be appreciated!
 

chrail

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yeah,

no need to worry. although this new cbt is sucking for your fellow canadians.. the only good thing is that you can now take it a fourth, fifth, etc time without having to show proof that you've applied before.

so, no worries at all. you didn't see it because it's no longer required :)

chrail
 
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visrodia

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hey just to clarify,

are you sure there's no need to show proof of rejection after your third time taking the cbt, (assuming you're outside the 1 year window)? so i could take it six times in 2 yrs if i wanted to, without ever having to show any papers?

if someone could clarify, much appreciated. i've been looking for this answer for a while now. thanks
 
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