American Association of Medical Colleges Admission Test - Univareity

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About the Test

Study Level
Under Graduate
Mode of Test
Conducting Authority
American Association of Medical Colleges

The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is a standardized, multiple-choice examination designed to assess the examinee's problem solving, critical thinking, and knowledge of science concepts and principles prerequisite to the study of medicine. Scores are reported in Physical Sciences, Verbal Reasoning, and Biological Sciences. Almost all U.S. medical schools and many Canadian schools require applicants to submit MCAT exam scores. Many schools do not accept MCAT exam scores that are more than three years old.

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Test Format

300 Minutes

Duration of Test

25+ Times

Frequency per year

0 - 45

Score Range


Test Score Validity



Candidate completed or appearing for any one of the following programs are eligible to apply. Eligible programs include:
  • Allopathic
  • Osteopathic
  • Podiatric
  • Veterinary Medicine
At the time of registration, you will be required to accept a statement verifying that you are taking the exam solely for the purpose of applying to a health professions school. If you are not applying to a health professions school, or if you are a currently enrolled medical student, you need to obtain special permission to register for the exam. There are no additional eligibility requirements for international students.

Application Fees

The student can pay the fee in three different zones depending on the priority of registration on website
Gold Zone (Approx. 1 month or more prior to the exam) -  $ 365 USD
Silver Zone (Approx. 3–4 weeks prior to the exam) -  $ 365 USD
Bronze Zone (Approx. 1–2 weeks prior to the exam) -  $ 415 USD
All deadlines are 
           Gold Zone                                                                                      Silver Zone                                                                                 Bronze Zone
Initial Registration $305                                                           Initial Registration $305                                                                  Initial Registration $355
Date and/or Test Center Reschedule Fee=$75                  Date and/or Test Center Reschedule Fee=$135                       No Reschedule Option=N/A
Cancelation Refund=$150                                                     No Cancelation Refund=N/A                                                          No Cancelation Refund=N/A
International Fee=$95                                                              International Fee=$95                                                                     International Fee= $95
Fee Assistance Program Recipients (in USD)
Fee Assistance Registration $115                                 Fee Assistance Registration $115                                            Fee Assistance Registration $165
Fee Assistance Reschedule $30                                   Fee Assistance Reschedule** $50                                           No Fee Assistance Reschedule Option N/A
Fee Assistance Cancelation Refund $60                    No Fee Assistance Cancelation Refund N/A                      No Fee Assistance Cancelation Refund N/A
Fee Assistance International* $95                                Fee Assistance International* $95                                             Fee Assistance International* $95


Application Process

  • Attention: Registration for the July-September 2019 MCAT test dates will open on Wednesday, February 6, 2019. For information about registration, deadlines, and fees, go to Register for the MCAT Exam. Follow us on Twitter @AAMC_MCAT for updates and announcements.
  • Please note, the MCAT Registration System will be unavailable after 11:59 p.m. ET on Monday, February 4, as the AAMC makes final preparations. The system will not come back online until the July, August, and September 2019 test dates are made available on February 6.

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Deadlines for Applications

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February 4 , 2019
MCAT Registration System will be unavailable on
February 6 , 2019
Registration for the July-September 2019 MCAT test dates will open on

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