Is a Low MCAT Score the Biggest Med School Application Killer?
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September 30, 2015
- Leila Roumani expert Depending on how low your MCAT score is, you may want to considering taking it again. Med schools want to see that you are dedicated and that you're improving, so if you can work hard to make your score jump significantly, this will work in your favor. It is not uncommon for students to take the MCAT twice. And of course this is not the only important score on your application. Showing that you're committed to research, possibly publishing your research, volunteering and shadowing in hospitals also speaks loudly to your interest in the the field and not just the end goal of getting into school.