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release MCAT score

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by cwang1990216, Jul 24, 2011.

  1. cwang1990216

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    It seems like for AMCAS, the score is automatically released once you choose" release all your score"?
     
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  3. KurtLucas10

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    You are correct. You only have to release for TMDSAS. Good luck :thumbup:
     
  4. Swagster

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    If you don't know where you plan to apply is it worth it to release your scores to Texas?
     
  5. KurtLucas10

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    TMDSAS is what Texas public schools use instead of AMCAS. You have to set up your application with TMDSAS before you can release them. Applying to Texas schools has some unique factors to consider.
     

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