Financial Assistance for Psychoeducational or Medical Re-evaluations

Financial Assistance for Psychoeducational or Medical Re-evaluations

We are pleased to offer financial assistance of up to $800 to recipients of the AAMC's Fee Assistance Program (FAP) whose most recent evaluation does not meet the recency requirements associated with their request for accommodations.

This financial assistance is not available for first-time psycho-educational or medical evaluations. All applicants will need to submit a comprehensive evaluation that no longer meets our recency requirements in order to be considered for assistance. Additionally, the benefit may not be used retroactively for previously completed evaluations.

Please note that an approval for financial assistance for a re-evaluation does NOT guarantee an approval for accommodations on the MCAT exam.

For more information on the amount of this financial assistance, eligibility requirements, and submitting your application for assistance, click on the links below.

The maximum amount of financial assistance provided for a re-evaluation is $800. If the cost of the re-evaluation exceeds this amount, the applicant will be responsible for the remainder of the balance due.

Financial assistance is limited, and awards are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. We encourage all applicants who may be eligible for financial assistance to apply as early as possible.

In order to receive financial assitance for a re-evaluation, you must:

If you have any questions about the eligibility requirements above, please contact us.

Once you are approved for assistance through the AAMC’s Fee Assistance Program, mail your application for financial assistance along with the required supporting documentation to:

MCAT Accommodation Services
Attn: Financial Assistance Application
Association of American Medical Colleges
655 K St. NW, Suite 100
Washington, DC 20001

Note: Please keep a copy of all documentation, as we will not return any documentation submitted with your request for financial assistance.

If you're looking for lower-cost evaluation for LD or ADHD, a university-based testing clinic may be able to provide you with this service. Search the University Clinics table to find a clinic near you, and be sure to have your evaluator submit the required form with your documentation.

MCAT Exam with Accommodations FAQ

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To protect the applicant, the MCAT Office of Accommodated Testing will not accept inquiries from third parties regarding an applicant or his/her accommodation request, unless specifically an MCAT Accommodations authorization form has been submitted.