MCAT is for students want to apply for Medical education
The test is accepted in USA and Canada
The scores are valid for three years
What is MCAT?
MCAT or Medical College Admission Test is for the students who are planning to pursue their Medical education in either USA or Canada. The MCAT test is a standardized, multiple-choice examination.
The test is designed to assess the examinee’s problem solving, critical thinking and knowledge of Science concepts and principles prerequisite to the study of medicine. Almost all US Medical Schools and many Canadian schools require applicants to submit MCAT exam. MCAT scores are valid upto 3 years.
MCAT is compulsory for both, a student who is about to start his/her medical education and an MBBS degree holder as well.
What is the format of MCAT?
MCAT tests a student’s Problem Solving, Critical Thinking and Knowledge of Science concepts. The sections include Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences and Verbal Reasoning.
What can I expect in the Physical Sciences section?
The Physical Science section of the MCAT exam assesses the introductory-level knowledge of general Chemistry and Physics to solve scientific problems.
What can I expect in the Biological Sciences section?
The section assesses the introductory level knowledge of Biology and Organic Chemistry to solve scientific problems.
What can I expect in the Verbal Reasoning section?
The section will assess your ability to understand, evaluate and apply information and arguments presented in text.
How am I eligible for MCAT?
Either you are fresh out of 10+2 or have just finished with your MBBS degree in both the cases you are eligible to appear for MCAT.
How do I register?
What is the fee for MCAT?
The details are mentioned below:
|International Test Site||$85|
|Change of Test Center||$90|