August 07, 2014: Get a $150 Amazon.com gift card from AAMC.

MCAT2015 test dates have been announced early, and we wanted make sure you have all the latest information. There are several dates in 2015, but if you take the test in April, the Associate of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) will give you a $150 Amazon.com gift card.*

  • Registration will open in February 2015
  • This is the first year AAMC has opened all test dates at once–sign up early to get your preferred date
  • Cost of the exam is $300
  • All exams start at 8AM with no double day administrations

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MCAT2015 Test Dates

May 06, 2014: AAMC Announces New Score Scale and Resources.

New information about the MCAT2015 exam was announced, and The Princeton Review is committed to being your best source of knowledge. Here are the updates:

New score scale

Each individual section on the exam will be scored using a 118 to 132 range, with a median score of 125. You'll receive a score for each section, plus an overall score. Total scores will be centered at 500, with ranges from 472 to 528.

New percentiles

Unlike the current MCAT, your MCAT2015 score report will include percentiles showing how you stack up against other test takers.

New resources

The Official Guide to the MCAT® Exam (MCAT2015), Fourth Edition is now available for sale. It includes 120 practice questions, information on what to expect on test day and details about the new score scale. PLEASE NOTE: The guide and all other MCAT2015 AAMC materials are also included in every Princeton Review MCAT2015 prep course. You can also learn more about the revised exam with our MCAT2015 Sneak Peek, a free, online suite that gives you exclusive access to interactive modules and The Princeton Review’s MCAT2015 Assessment.

New breakdown

This is how MCAT2015 will be structured:

  • Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems: 59 questions, 95 minutes
  • Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems: 59 questions, 95 minutes
  • Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior: 59 questions, 95 minutes
  • Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills: 53 questions, 90 minutes
Join us for our upcoming "MCAT is Changing" webinar on May 15 or May 28, register here.


April 22, 2014: You Must Read This If You Are Applying to Med School in 2014.

Don’t wait for finals to end before registering for the MCAT! Because of the upcoming revisions to the exam, students are rushing to take the MCAT before the changes kick in, and many test centers are reaching capacity fast. Waiting may hurt your chances of getting your desired test date and location.

If you want to get your applications in by the standard medical school deadline of September 30th, you’ll need to take the MCAT exam this spring or summer. So we strongly encourage you to register as soon as possible to ensure you get your ideal date and location.

With over 30 years of experience, and a proven track record helping millions of MCAT students achieve their goals, The Princeton Review has the expertise and resources to guide you through each step of your med school admissions journey. We’re confident we can help you maximize your results.

To see if your desired test date is still available and register, click here.


February 12, 2014: Registration Opens Tomorrow for the October–January MCAT Test Dates.

Register for the October–January 2015 MCAT test dates starting tomorrow, February 13. Sign up early! Seats will fill up quickly, and you don’t want to miss your opportunity to take the current exam.

On February 13, you can register to take the MCAT on these dates:

October 21, 2014
October 25, 2014
November 7, 2014
January 8, 2015
January 10, 2015
January 13, 2015
January 15, 2015
January 23, 2015

For a full list of test dates and registration deadlines, please click here:
MCAT Test Dates


February 10, 2014: Registration Opens Tomorrow for the June–September MCAT Test Dates.

Register for the June–September 2014 MCAT test dates starting tomorrow, February 11. Sign up early! Seats will fill up quickly, and you don't want to miss your opportunity to take the current exam.

On February 11, you can register to take the MCAT on these dates:

June 5, 2014
June 13, 2014
June 21, 2014
July 2, 2014
July 12, 2014
July 24, 2014
July 25, 2014
August 1, 2014
August 2, 2014
August 7, 2014
August 15, 2014
August 21, 2014
August 27, 2014
Sept. 4, 2014
Sept. 6, 2014
Sept. 10, 2014
Sept. 12, 2014
Sept. 18, 2014

For a full list of test dates and registration deadlines, please click here:
MCAT Test Dates


January 28, 2014: AAMC adds 5 new test dates for the current MCAT exam.

Due to an unprecedented demand for the January—May 2014 MCAT exams, the AAMC has added more dates to its current test administration for October 2014, November 2014 and January 2015.

More dates mean more seats and more opportunities for you to take the current exam.

Mark your calendars so you don’t miss out! On February 11, registration opens for the June through September test dates; on February 13, registration opens for the October 2014 through January 2015 test dates. Sign up early: seats will fill up quickly, and you don’t want to miss your opportunity to take the current exam.

For a full list of test dates and registration deadlines, please click here:
MCAT Test Dates


Check back often for updates as they become available.

 

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