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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Hatman, Apr 26, 2007.

  1. Hatman

    Hatman 2+ Year Member

    Jan 22, 2007
    Anyone know where I can find a list of schools that accept the most recent MCAT rather than the average? All help is appreciated.
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  3. TheAmazingGOB

    TheAmazingGOB It ain't easy bein' white 5+ Year Member

    Jan 8, 2007
    I don't know if there is one. I looked for it last year when I applied and couldn't find it. I ended up emailing the schools I was interested in and asking if they took the average, the most recent, or the best score and then went from there. I guess you could start a thread and people who "know" could answer, but you will get more accurate info if you just email the schools.
  4. tdd340

    tdd340 Assistant to the sensei 10+ Year Member

    Jun 25, 2005
    There was a thread about this last summer, it might take a little digging but it does exist.
  5. Hatman

    Hatman 2+ Year Member

    Jan 22, 2007
    Yea, I tried looking for the thread before I started a new one but couldnt find it. If anyone does...please feel free to post....might as well ask if anyone knows anything about particular schools and simply take the most recent score anyway.

    I had a rough last year which resulted in lower scores (death in the family). Still coping but prepping for the MCAT on May 16. Wish me luck guys. :scared:
  6. EBI831

    EBI831 legend in the making 7+ Year Member

    Apr 18, 2006
    Chi-town royalty
    most schools look at most recent mcat or best mcat and not average. i know of like only one school that averages. needless to say they will see all your old scores if htey were rough and prob ask about it.
  7. swim2006

    swim2006 Member 7+ Year Member

    Oct 27, 2005
    While this may take longer than just looking at a list, you can find all of that information on a school's website or in MSAR. Even schools that weigh the most recent MCAT score many times will look to at the previous one to see what kind of improvement has occurred.

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