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  • MedRookie

    April 1, 2015 at 6:24 pm
    rosequartz, post: 95, member: 0 wrote:
    You’re right, it’s not. But what can be done about it? In Pakistan, the MCAT is equivalent to SAT II scores and the local MCAT (the name of the exam is the same, but the content is way different). Usually, the foreign students that apply there either use the American MCAT or SAT II scores instead of the local MCAT. On ground, majority of students give the local MCAT as there are many centers spread throughout the country.

    Its great that they offer a local MCAT exam as an alternative to having to travel across many countries to find a MCAT test center.

    How does the local one compare to the US one?