stupid question for AMCAS - Other Tests section

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  1. mystic_b

    mystic_b Senior Member

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    AMCAS has the following section:

    Other Tests (Non-MCAT)
    If there are any scores from other exams (such as the GMAT, LSAT, or GRE) that you would like to report to your designated medical schools, click "Add" to include these scores. Note that AMCAS does not process or verify these scores, and that medical schools that require such scores will in most cases require an official score report.


    This does NOT mean SAT I/IIs, right? They only list graduate tests as examples. Just wondering... I mean, I could write scores down, but they might think I was obnoxious or something. They're not expecting those tests here, are they?
     
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    LizardKing Veteran Member

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    no SAT, in fact, nothing from secondary school. It's all college.
     
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    although many secondaries DO ask for your SAT scores..I wonder if they honestly care about them?
     
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    Femtochemistry Skunk Works

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    For some odd reason, UPenn asks for your SAT! :rolleyes:


    hmm...wait was that Penn or Jefferson? I have done 6 2ary this week! :wow:
     

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