bruinmojo

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It specifically tells you to do the following:

"You have arranged to have your MCAT results sent to NYU."

How do we go about doing that?

Also, it doesn't seem anywhere that they want our official transcript. is that true?
 

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Go to the AAMC webpage and navigate until you get to the "additional score request" link. Click on it, and print it.

Fill it out (your name and designated schools) and Fax it in. It costs $10 per school I think. They take credit cards if my memory serves me write.

Once faxed call back (in 2-3 days) to make sure they got it and it's being processed.

You can call their office in DC to make sure all I've typed is right.

wait check this out
http://www.aamc.org/students/mcat/sendscores/start.htm

It looks like they have it online now.
 

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You need to submit copies of your transcript when you send them your secondary application. I imagine after you are accepted that you will be required to send them official copies just like most medical schools require.
 

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ahh, thanks a lot guys.

one by one, these applications are getting filled out. Ack, still so many more :eek:
 
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