MCAT Test Centers in Alabama

By | February 26, 2019

According to AAMC (the MCAT test maker), there are 6 MCAT test centers in Alabama. Most testing centers are located inside a college or university. You can select a testing location that is nearest to you. Please note that you are able to choose a test center when registering for the MCAT.

MCAT Test Centers in Alabama

Birmingham – Beacon Parkway East

Dothan – Montgomery Highway
3245 Montgomery Highway Suite #7
Dothan, AL 36303-2150

Huntsville – Exchange Place
210 Exchange Place
Suite C
Huntsville, AL 35806

Mobile – S. University Boulevard
820 S University Blvd
Suite 3E
MOBILE, AL 36609

Montgomery – Zelda Road

TUSCALOOSA, AL 35487-0108

Medical College Admission Test in Alabama

National monuments in Alabama

Russell Cave is a large cave in northeastern Alabama (near the city of Bridgeport) used as a refuge by the Indians who lived here from about 6500 BC, the earliest known settlement in the southeastern United States. National Monument status was granted to Russell Cave in 1961.

Freedom-Riders (“Passengers of Freedom”) – was created in 2017 in the city of Anniston in honor of one of the organizations of the civil rights movement. “Freedom passengers”, which included both white and black Americans, traveled between states on buses, deliberately violating the rules of segregation (obliging whites and blacks to sit separately) and thereby challenging the existing system. Includes the former bus station where segregationists attacked a bus carrying a group of Freedom Passengers in May 1961 and a spot a few kilometers outside the city where a mob set fire to the bus, which had been stopped due to a breakdown.

The Civil Rights National Monument is an area in downtown Birmingham that contains several sites and a number of events that were of critical importance to the movement for equal civil rights for black Americans in the 1950s and 1960s. The status of a National Monument was granted in 2017.

National Wildlife Refuge in Alabama

The Little River Canyon National Wildlife Refuge is located in northeast Alabama near Fort Payne, and is one of the longest and deepest river canyons in the southeastern United States.

National Historic Landmarks (Sites) in Alabama

The Tuskegee Institute, which includes the home of the eminent educator Booker Washington and the museum of renowned agronomist George Carver at Tuskegee University.

Tuskegee Pilots is a museum dedicated to the first African American military pilots who were trained at the airfield in Tuskegee during World War II.

National military parks in Alabama

Horseshoe Bend National Military Park near Alexander City is the site of the decisive battle of the Creek War, in which on March 27, 1814, American troops under the command of General (and future 7th President of the United States) Andrew Jackson, with the support of allied Indians, defeated the Red Indians. wands.”

National park roads in Alabama

The Natchez Trace is a highway between Natchez, Mississippi, and Nashville, Tennessee. Passes along the route of the historical forest trail, laid by the Indians and used, including by American pioneers and traders in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.