When will we get our scores?

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  1. katy

    katy Member

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    I took the April MCAT, wow, anyhow does anyone know how long it takes to receive your scores. I have heard six to eight weeks??
     
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    That's what I hear, too. One person said his took 62 days. That puts the day we receive our scores on the same day AAMCAS starts taking applications. :)

    Good luck, I hope you (and I) did well :)
     
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    The proctors at my exam room stated that it ws 4 weeks. I know this has to be wrong though. I've always heard it was 6-8 weeks. That's what they say in the MCAT manual from AAMC also.

    I hate waiting....

    later
     
  5. coop

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    it takes more like 8 weeks, at least it did for me and everyone else I knew who took it last august. Got scores around the 20th of October, 2 months after the test. So expect them around the 20th of June. good luck
     
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    Same for me, eight weeks on the nose. It sucked.
     
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    Col_4:14 Senior Member

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    60 days from the time taken. Give or take one day. I got mine on day 60 exactly!!
     
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    i'm expecting my 45T on about 6/20 :D
     
  9. Rza

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    Ditto. They start mailing out scores on the 58th day, and finish mailing them over a 4 day time span. So expect your scores anywhere from 59-64 days. Basically, just when you've forgotten about the test, the scores come.
     
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    It takes 8 wks. They just say 6-8 weeks to stress you out and make you check the mailbox compulsively for two...
     
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    It took 65 days for me. August 2000 MCAT.
     
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    That's funny. I already got my scores.
     
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    I got mine last week, and I was wondering, is it normal to get two 15's and one 14? I feel terrible about my low score in BS. Will it keep me out of med school, or do you think adcoms might overlook my subtle failure? ;)
     
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    jamier2,
    last year I applied with a 45T and they told me that they won't admit me unless I took it again to prove I could repeat my score.
     
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    If I have to retake it, it will mean I'll have to spend ANOTHER week and a half studying for this thing. I guess that ain't so bad, but I hate to waste the time.
     

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