MCAT for Medical Program Admission in Canada
The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is a standardized test designed to measure the medical school applicants' knowledge of basic science concepts, i.e., physics, chemistry and biology, as well as their expertise in problem-solving, critical thinking, and writing.
- MCAT stands for Medical College Admission Test
- MCAT is administered by AAMC i.e. Association of American Medical Colleges
- MCAT is held 15 times over a year.
- MCAT is delivered by Pearson VUE
- MCAT Score is valid for a period of 3 years.
- Medical Schools in US and Canada consider MCAT Score as most authentic measurement of Medical School Success.
- MCAT is delivered across world.
- MCAT is mandatory to all willing to apply to US and Canadian Medical Schools.
- AAMC help students in low cost preparation for MCAT.
- You can not take MCAT over 7 times in a lifetime.
- Having MCAT Score does not guarantee for a seat in medical school but test score is mandatory to apply. The score measures your medical aptitude and whether you will be able to complete coursework in a US / Canadian medical settings.
- MCAT encourages for early registration.
- MCAT Tests your knowledge in Physical Sciences, CARS, Biological Sciences, Psychological, Social and Biological Foundations of Behavior.
- MCAT percentile Score is updated every year on 1 May.