WindyCityZete

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Hi everyone,

I know most allopathic schools want MCAT exams completed within the last three years, but are there any osteopathic schools that don't have an expiration policy for MCAT exams? Does the "three year rule" apply to most osteopathic schools or is it school specific?

If anyone can provide some clarification that would be great! Thanks!
 

lumya

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The policy is going to depend on the individual school. If you go on the ChooseDO site, each school's summary will state what the earliest MCAT score they'll accept is. From the schools on my list, I find that they're typically about 3 years as well.
 
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