berkeleyvala

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Is the August 2006 MCAT too old to use for application in this cycle? I don't have the newest MSAR and I'm getting conflicting information comparing older MSARs from friends. The list of schools I want to apply to is:

Albany Medical College
Drexel
EVMS
George Washington (I know this one is expired)
Keck
Meharry
MSU
NYMC
Penn State (I think this is expired too)
Rosalind Franklin
Temple
University of Toledo
University of Vermont
Tulane
UC Davis
UC Irvine
University of Illinois at Chicago
University of Nevada
University of Virginia
VCU

If someone has the 2010-2011 MSAR and can just check a couple of these it would be enormously appreciated.
 

gman33

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from Temple's website:
. For the entering class of 2010, Temple will consider applicants who took the MCAT between January 2007 and September 2009. For the entering 2010 application cycle, the latest MCAT scores we will consider are from the September 2009 exam. The January 2010 MCAT scores will not be considered for the entering 2010 application.

http://www.temple.edu/medicine/admissions/admission_requirements.htm
 

mvenus929

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For the vast majority of schools, you'll have to retake. The earliest they'll take is Jan 07, or even April 07. I think like one of the South Carolina schools has the expiration set at 5 years instead of 3, but for the rest, you'll need to retake.