Times You Can
A lot of people found MCAT challenging, and understood why people were interested in retaking it multiple times for medical school acceptance.
Students can take the MCAT exam up to three times in a single application cycle, which runs from January to September each year.
There is a lifetime limit of seven attempts for the MCAT exam, regardless of whether the attempts were made during different application cycles.
It is recommended that students only take the MCAT exam when they feel adequately prepared, as retaking the exam multiple times can be stressful and may not necessarily result in a better score.
If you're serious about becoming a doctor, then you need to take the MCAT exam seriously. Our pre-med MCAT preparation course is designed to help you do just that.
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