JEWmongous

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Hey all,
It is true you only need one form of ID for the CBT MCAT? Is a passport fine? I'm taking the MCAT in either France or Germany so I hope the rules are the same internationally as well.

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In the US, the rule is one form of ID. I used my driver's license. The Prometrics Center said passports can be used. But, they scan your ID on the computer to get an electronic record, and I heard some people had problems with their passports not being read by the scanner. Not sure about international rules, but I'd definitely call ahead to make sure.
 
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