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Do I need to take the MCAT for medical school?

 

Almost every medical student has taken the MCAT, which stands for Medical College Admission Test. It is the standardized test required to apply to medical schools. However, there may be rare cases when a student can get into medical school without taking the MCAT. Note that these cases are rare and that you are most likely going to have to take it. 

 

To learn more about the MCAT, view AAMC’s page on the MCAT.

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