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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by hp6527, Mar 18, 2002.
Please show me how.
Why do you want to cancel?
I've never actually cancelled an MCAT, so I can't help you. I cancelled an LSAT, which was relatively painless but I got almost nothing for a refund. I'd imagine the same is true for the MCAT. I've you've already spent all that money, it might be worthwhile to write it even though you haven't had enough time to prepare. I wrote last April even though I hadn't studied at all, and I think I learned a lot from the experience that really helped me when I wrote in August.
But, if you really want to cancel, go to <a href="http://www.aamc.org/" target="_blank">http://www.aamc.org/</a> and there should be directions there.
You write Refund on your Admissions ticket and send it back to the MCAT offices. You can get the address from the AAMC website that Brandonite listed. They refund $100 of the $180 you originally spent if you send it back within their timeframe (I think 90 days after the test is given, but check me on that).
Best not to take the MCAT if unprepared. Schools automatically get shown your past three scores and I believe they can get access to as many as they want.