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Releasing MCAT?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by getin, Nov 8, 2002.

  1. getin

    getin Junior Member
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    I want to apply 5 Osteopathic school, BUT I don't want to release my MCAT score (last spring :oops: ). My Q is can I apply to these schools without MCAT and tell them I am taking it on this coming April/03?
     
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  3. San_Juan_Sun

    San_Juan_Sun Professor of Life
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    My advice: don't try to mislead them. It isn't worth the risk, and turning a bad score into a better one is highly regarded by many schools. If you don't have an MCAT score from 2002 or before, you won't be able to apply this year.

    If you were planning on applying next year, just do better on the MCAT. Schools tend to be very good about understanding a bad MCAT score, and they'll be impressed with your determination to get a better score and succeed.
     

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