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MCAT scores 2 weeks early for a fee?

Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by Notzfall, Apr 25, 2004.

  1. Notzfall

    Notzfall NREMT-P, MS-IV
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    Heard a rumor that you can get your scores early for a fee. Anyone else know something about the online system?
     
  2. ms2209

    ms2209 Senior Member
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    As far as I know, there is no fee for using the online system. The earliest I've heard that people can access scores is 50 days post-MCAT day.
     
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    Anyone know why this comment is steaming???

    I think it may be a big pile of warm bull Sh_t :smuggrin:
     
  4. Pinkertinkle

    Pinkertinkle 2003 Member
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    I don't think the AAMC will resort to this sort of money milking, though unfortunately the ETS/Collegeboard has done so for a shameful ammount of time.
     
  5. OnMyWayThere

    OnMyWayThere OMS-III
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    After I took the MCAT some guy told me I can get my scores earlier for a fee... I contacted AAMC via email and they said there is no such service available and all scores are released simulataneously ~ 60 days post MCAT. Oh well, we shall wait just 52 more days...
     
  6. MeowMix

    MeowMix Explaining "Post-Call"
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    It used to be true that you could pay and get scores earlier. It is no longer true. Everyone has equal access online, a little before you get the scores by mail.
     
  7. freaker

    freaker Senior Member
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    Heh. ETS has been making a ton of money off of anxious LSAT takers for some time now. $10 per phonecall to get your score early.

    Maybe they're doing it for the SAT, too?
     
  8. skiz knot

    skiz knot Legendary Dr. X
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    Anyone interested in receiving their score report back can send me $50 cash (US currency). My address is... HA HA... You'll just have to wait two agonizing months. :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
     
  9. Wahooali

    Wahooali The Real Sydney Bristow
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    Woah, wait a minute, this isn't the case any more??? Ugh, and I paid my 15 bucks to check scores online 2 weeks early the last time I took the test (aug '02). Grrrrrrr. Ok, done ranting now...no wait...booooo...ok, now I'm done.
     

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