To be considered eligible for admission, your MCAT score must meet the minimum requirement for the applicant category in which you are applying.
Beginning in the 2020-2021 application cycle, minimum total mCAT score requirement is determined in relation to GPA as follows:
For Maritime applicants (residents of Nova Scotia, New Brunswich, PEI):
Minimum MCAT category scores required are 123. That is, applicants with any category score less than 123 are not considered, regardless of total MCAT score.
Examples for Maritime applicants:
For Non-Maritime applicants (residents of all other Canadian provinces and territories):
Minimum MCAT category scores required are 123. That is, applicants with any catetory score less than 123 are not considered, regardless of total MCAT score.
Examples for Non-Maritime Applicants:
MCAT scores are eligible for five years from the date written. If, at the time of application, your scores are older than 5 years, you will be required to rewrite the MCAT.
For each application cycle, the last eligible MCAT test date is in the month of August.
For the 2020-2021 application cycle, the last eligible MCAT test date is August 8, 2020.
MCAT scores must be released from AAMC-MCAT to Dalhousie Medicine Admissions annually. Applicants and re-applicants are responsible for authorizing AAMC-MCAT to release MCAT scores to Dalhousie Medicine each year. Dalhousie Medicine cannot access your MCAT scores without the applicant's notification of release to the AAMC. MCAT scores from previous application cycles will not be automatically applied in furture applicatin cycles.
For the 2020-2021 application cycle, MCAT scores must be released to Dalhousie by September 11, 2020.
Section 1 of the application asks you to indicate which set of MCAT scores you want used for assessment. Scores must all be from the same test date.
MCAT Fee Assistance Program for Canadians. Application opens September to January. Applicants who qualify will receive reduced scheduling, reshceduling, and cancellation rates. For more information, please visit https://afmc.ca/learners/mcat-fee-assistance-program.
For the most up to date information for MCAT, including preparation, practice tests and test registration please visit the Medical College Admission Test website.