How to Create Your AAMC Account
How to Register with AAMC
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If this journey seems unnecessary: that is great for you. As long as you have an account, feel free to move on.
Most Pre-Meds are afraid of the AAMC: because it affects their future, they rely only on their university structure and refuse to go onto the AAMC website.
DON'T. DO. THIS.
The job of the AAMC is to try and make more doctors. They are projecting a doctor shortage. Now that you have this website and theirs: use them to help you.
The below three steps show that there is absolutely nothing to fear in making an AAMC account. You aren't applying yet!
Creating an Account
DON'T BE AFRAID!
Find out how to easily make an AAMC Account in three steps below.
Without an account:
You won't be able to register for the MCAT
You won't be able to apply to Medical School
You won't have the best MCAT Prep resources...etc.
Already Have an AAMC Account?
Great, Your Journey has Begun!
There's no need to go through this journey, just ensure you have bookmarked the AAMC website for easy access.
While this link
should take you directly there,
google “AAMC login” for the most up-to-date portal.
*Put this off!
*Just get this done!!!!!
*Your AAMC account email address
is the one you will use
to apply to medical school
② CONFIRM email address
Standard account security.
(They may delete your AAMC account).
*Do it NOW.
*Do it right away.
③ EXPLORE free and paid resources
*Take your time.
(You won’t have it on the MCAT)
*Draw them quickly:
if you don’t know it, you don’t know it.
*Now you have access to
Don’t be afraid of this portal,
it was made to help you.
Check out their study calendar: it’s pretty good.
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Explore the official keyboard shortcuts.
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