MCAT 2015: A new revolution
from By Kris Slawinski, U of Chicago
After the Flexner Report revolutionized medical education in the 19-teens, the attrition rate in medical schools skyrocketed in the early 1920s, precipitating the need for a screening test for medical school candidates. Thus was born the Medical College Admission Test, or MCAT, which has gone through four iterations over the past 90 years. The current MCAT, at 24 years old, is being phased out this year for a new format which will screen for thinking on a higher level.
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