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January MCAT Scores Released. Does Your Score Qualify You for Admission?

February 23, 2016

The Association of American Medical Colleges today released MCAT scores for students who took the test on Jan. 22 or 23. To enroll in Ross University School of Medicine’s May 2016 class, you’ll need to have taken the MCAT on or before these dates.

If you just received your score and are curious about whether your MCAT score is acceptable for admission to RUSM, there’s a quick way to find out—our online candidate assessment tool. It only takes about a minute, and it generates a personalized report about your potential candidacy. You’ll need your MCAT score and undergraduate grade point average handy to use the tool.

Try the candidate assessment tool here.

Tags: Admissions , MCAT

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