MCAT changes in 2015

On March 19, 2012, AAMC’s Board of Directors approved the MR5 committee’s recommendations for the 2015 MCAT exam. The changes are designed to help students prepare for a rapidly-changing health care system and an evolving body of medical knowledge while addressing the needs of a growing, aging, and increasingly-diverse population. Among the changes are added emphasis on the social and behavioral sciences, scientific inquiry and reasoning skills, introductory biochemistry, and critical analysis and reasoning skills. To learn more about the new exam go to:
For detail about the content of the future exam, see: