Additional Information Re MCAT Eligibility
The Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) is normally taken at the end of one’s Junior year.
To be eligable to sit for the MCAT, a student must also take a suitable Biochemistry course and two semesters of Organic Chemistry with labs from an accredited institution.
Depending on the school you transfer to, some of the courses recommended below may be required.
In addition, the following courses are recommended (but not required) to sit for the MCAT:
- Calculus 2
- Human Anatomy & Physiology
- Molecular Biology
- Ecology & Evolution
At the beginning of the Junior year, students should contact preferred medical schools for distinctive prerequesites.