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Void scores?

Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by WingMD, Aug 13, 2002.

  1. WingMD

    WingMD Junior Member
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    Will med schools find out if I voided a score or not? I thought the point of voiding a score is that they will not find out about it.
     
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    After each section of the test, they will ask you if anyone wants to void their test and then the test won't be scored.
     
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    Hi! I just checked the MCAT test announcement, and I have to recant. They say they don't report that you sat for the exam to the schools. They only keep track of it for their own purposes, in case you sit for it more than three times.

    This is different from most of the other big tests for postgrad education, so I was a little surprised. :confused: Sorry about the confusion.
     

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