wcbcruzer

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Hi, I'm new here and glad to have found this forum. I was wondering, do your MCAT scores expire after 2 years? I mean, let's say you take them in April 2005... Would your score still be valid if you apply to medical school in Fall 2007?

Also, if you take multiple MCATs, does UCLA (or other UC's) review all of your MCAT scores and consider your highest one, or do they average all your scores into one? Thanks!
 

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No, MCAT scores are good for three years. A test taken in 2005 would be valid through the Fall 2008 application cycle.
UC's look at all MCAT scores. I really don't know if they average them, which I doubt that they do, but they certainly can see all of your scores. It's best to plan on making the MCAT a one-time deal. :thumbup: