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Lowdown on Testing Centers in NYC

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Johnnyc, Oct 27, 2002.

  1. Johnnyc

    Johnnyc Junior Member
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    Sep 13, 2002
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    Could anyone give some feedback on some of the better places to take the MCAT around the NYC area. Like cushy chairs, big desks and lots of space between peeps. Im willing to go to Jersey or Long Island so any feedback on any centers in those areas would also be appreciated.

    I remember the center near my school had those small wooden chairs with the small boards attached to the chair . Talk about subjecting yourself to hellish conditions.
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  3. vm26

    vm26 Member
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    Oct 4, 2002
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    I took the mcat at queens college and thought the conditions were pretty good, 2 people to a 6 foot table, enough space between tables, good climate control, adequate parking since the test is on a sat, overall test adminstration pretty organized, no cushions on chairs though, I took my kaplan course there as well so I was very familiar/comfortable with the facility

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