Frequently Asked Questions

What is the role of the AAMC?

AAMC is solely responsible for funding the reduced registration fees for awardees. AAMC does not make any decisions on who is awarded the fee assistance for Canadian examinees. Any questions regarding the application, evaluation, and qualification process should be directed to the AFMC.

What is the role of the AAMC?

AAMC is solely responsible for funding the reduced registration fees for awardees. AAMC does not make any decisions on who is awarded the fee assistance for Canadian examinees. Any questions regarding the application, evaluation, and qualification process should be directed to the AFMC.

How long is the pilot program?

The pilot program is for one year and will start during the 2018 testing year. The AAMC and AFMC reserve the right to discontinue the program after the pilot year.

How long is the pilot program?

The pilot program is for one year and will start during the 2018 testing year. The AAMC and AFMC reserve the right to discontinue the program after the pilot year.

What benefits will Canadian examinees receive during the first year of the pilot fee assistance program?

During the first year of the fee assistance program, Canadian examinees will receive reduced scheduling, rescheduling, and cancellation rates. No other benefits will be provided to during this first year of the pilot to qualified students. For information about the application, evaluation, and qualification process, please contact AFMC at MCAT-FAP-PAF@afmc.ca.

What benefits will Canadian examinees receive during the first year of the pilot fee assistance program?

During the first year of the fee assistance program, Canadian examinees will receive reduced scheduling, rescheduling, and cancellation rates. No other benefits will be provided to during this first year of the pilot to qualified students. For information about the application, evaluation, and qualification process, please contact AFMC at MCAT-FAP-PAF@afmc.ca.

Why don’t Canadian students receive the same Fee Assistance Program benefits as American students?

The current program and benefits outlined here are in place for Canadian students during the one-year pilot. The AAMC and AFMC will explore possible adjustments to the program when evaluating the pilot at the end of the 2018 testing year.

Why don’t Canadian students receive the same Fee Assistance Program benefits as American students?

The current program and benefits outlined here are in place for Canadian students during the one-year pilot. The AAMC and AFMC will explore possible adjustments to the program when evaluating the pilot at the end of the 2018 testing year.