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MCAT Verification Code

Saluki

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    I'm filling out the application for the Harvard School of Public Health and with the MCAT scores, it asks for the verification code. Does anyone know what that is, and how I find it on the MCAT page?
     
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      Go to your testing history page

      https://services.aamc.org/mcatthx/

      Enter your username and password. The next page will show your score and towards the bottom there is an option that says something like "create my own score report." Select that, the next page gives another set of instructions, but you just need to click "create score report." The score report will show your score as well as a verification code.

      This way an institution can enter your verification code and score and the aamc tells them whether it is legit or not.
       

      Saluki

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        Dakota said:
        Go to your testing history page

        https://services.aamc.org/mcatthx/

        Enter your username and password. The next page will show your score and towards the bottom there is an option that says something like "create my own score report." Select that, the next page gives another set of instructions, but you just need to click "create score report." The score report will show your score as well as a verification code.

        This way an institution can enter your verification code and score and the aamc tells them whether it is legit or not.

        That worked- thanks a bunch!
         
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