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registering for 2 dates

Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by supafield, Feb 16, 2007.

  1. supafield

    supafield Dream Big
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    With the demand for some of the testing sights am I wondered if any knew if I could sign up for a July date and August date at the same time.... and then either cancel the august date or keep it after I write in july?
     
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  2. Hope48

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    I think that you can only sign up for the MCAT one at a time. After you taken the July MCAT, then you can sign up for another one. I really don't like this because after taking it in July, the remaining dates will probably be already full. You can find the info on this website. Look at page 5.

    http://www.aamc.org/students/mcat/mcatessentials.pdf
     
  3. MasonPrehealth

    MasonPrehealth Director of Admissions
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    You can only hold one seat at a particular date and location. Change either, and you have to forfeit the seat you registered originally.
     
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