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how long can i keep my pcat score until it expires/ have to retake?


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Check out the profiles of the schools you intend to apply to on the PharmCas website. I've seen some schools with no limit, and some schools with up to 5 years or less.


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I think I've seen 5 years before, I'd contact the school you're applying to and ask them specifically.


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I had a hard time with this issue. I scored in the 91st percentile on the PCAT in 2003. I had a hard time finding schools that would accept scores that old and from before the test changed. I did retake them in Jan but I had most of my interview invites before the new scores came out. Some schools do have a 5 year rule. For the other schools, it seemed like just a formality.
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Hello, those of who preparing PCAT, I have some questions to ask.

Is it test by computer like GRE ? or is it like paper test?

and Can I cancel my score after exam if I want to?

Because I know GRE and DAT, I can cancel my score at the end of the test.

Thank you in advance. Good luck with your studying. :)
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