You must release your official MCAT scores to AACOMAS using the online MCAT Score Reporting Service offered by AAMC. Once you do, AAMC electronically sends your scores directly to AACOMAS. Paper copies are not accepted.
After you contact AAMC, make sure you also self-report your MCAT score in the Standardized Tests section of the application and include your AAMC ID number; this is required for your official scores to be matched to your application. It takes approximately 10-12 business days from the date you make the request to post to your application.
Make sure that the name, date of birth, and AAMC ID number on your application match that on your MCAT exam; otherwise, your scores will not automatically post to your account. If you believe there may be a discrepancy, wait until AAMC processes your scores, then contact customer service so they can manually connect the scores to your application.
Once your MCAT scores are attached to your application, they cannot be removed should you decide you no longer want your programs to view them. Your MCAT scores will also remain attached to your application if you re-apply.
If you plan to take the MCAT in the future, enter the date you plan to take the test. If your test is rescheduled, be sure to update your test date in this section.