Fair testing for all MCAT examinees is a priority for the AAMC. The MCAT exam is administered under strict supervision and security measures; therefore it is in the interest of all examinees to report the questionable behavior of others.
What Should I Report?
Before, during, or after test day, please report to the AAMC any questionable behavior you observe, believe to have occurred or may occur, including but not limited to examinees:
- Receiving assistance or copying from another test-taker.
- Taking a test for someone else.
- Having access to secure test questions before or after the exam.
- Presenting false, altered, or tampered identification to attempt to gain admission to the test center.
- Attempting to record or otherwise capture test questions during the exam.
- Using notes or unauthorized aids.
Engaging in any of the above-listed actions could provide an unfair advantage to an unethical and potentially unqualified examinee not only on the test, but also as a medical school applicant.
Thank you for reporting a suspected violation and helping us keep the MCAT exam secure.