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Is listing your MCAT scores a requirement?

Discussion in 'General Residency Issues' started by bc_tch, Apr 19, 2004.

  1. bc_tch

    bc_tch Junior Member
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    ..I mean on your residency application. Also, do they usually ask about stuff like your MCAT and SAT during the interview or on the application itself?? hmmm..
     
  2. margaritaboy

    margaritaboy Senior Member
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    No and No.
     
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  3. omores

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    Sometimes and apparently not.

    Bumping a recent thread on this very topic. Should be just below this one.
     
  4. southerndoc

    southerndoc life is good
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    There isn't even a spot on the ERAS application to list your MCAT score.

    Maybe we should suggest that? What do you think guys? Just kidding!
     
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    I did have a crap Step I score (Not one of those "mediocore" 230's that people always talk about on this board, but a real crap score). I took Step II before interviews and did much better. While insisting in one of my interviews that Step I was a total fluke, they asked what my MCATs were.

    Footnote:They were spectacular. Didn't help. Scrambled anyways...
     

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