Regular Testing Fee: $305.00
It is the examinee’s responsibility to obtain and present eligible identification at the test center. Your identification must be in the form of a current (unexpired), major government-issued ID that includes a current recognizable photo, an expiration date, and your signature. The name on the identification must match the name on your registration exactly. The Test Center Administrator will look for an exact match of the name on the identification you present (First Name and Last Name(s)) with the name that appears on the test day list. If the list has a partial name, nickname, or any derivation of the name that appears on your identification (including misspellings), the administrator is not allowed to admit you to the testing room. (If your ID has two last names, then you must register with both names).
If you have questions about identification or cannot obtain a major government-issued identification, you must contact the MCAT Program Office prior to registering for the exam. Contact the program no later than the regular registration deadline.
Know when your identification expires. If your identification will expire on or before your test day, you are responsible for obtaining an updated ID. Temporary Identification and ID application receipts will not be accepted at the test center. If you find that you will not have an updated ID by your test date, you will have to change your test date and be responsible for applicable fees.
Acceptable forms of major government issued identification:
Unacceptable identification documents:
Accommodations will be made for examinees with disabilities or other health conditions, pending review and approval from the MCAT Office of Accommodated Testing. If you have a disability or medical condition that you believe requires an adjustment to the testing environment, you are encouraged to apply for accommodated testing. You will be required to submit documentation of your disability or condition at the time of registration. Before submitting your request, the AAMC strongly encourages you to review the different application types and corresponding deadlines. The AAMC will notify you if the request has been approved and provide you with additional steps to confirm your registration. For additional information regarding accommodations, contact www.aamc.org/students/mcat/accommodations/ or E-mail: Accommodations@aamc.org
Find more information about the MCAT at http://www.aamc.org/mcat/ . Remember to read the MCAT Essentials for registration instructions, test day policies and scoring details.
Association of American Medical Colleges
Medical College Admission Test
2450 N Street, NW
Washington, DC 20037-1127