MCAT Test Centers in Connecticut

By | February 26, 2019

According to AAMC (the MCAT test maker), there are 3 MCAT test centers in Connecticut. 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.

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MCAT Test Centers in Connecticut

Hartford – Glastonbury

New Haven – Hamden
HAMDEN, CT 06514

New York City – Norwalk

Medical College Admission Test in Connecticut

July in the U.S. History

July 1

1863 The Battle of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania began .

1963 The US Postal Service began using five-digit zip codes (ZIP codes).

2000 The Confederate flag was removed from the South Carolina Capitol.

July 2

1613 Samuel Argall set out on a raid from Jamestown, Virginia, to the French colony of Acadia (present-day Maine and New Scotland in Canada).

1776 In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Second Continental Congress voted on a resolution declaring independence from Great Britain.

1881 Twentieth President of the United States, James Garfield, was mortally wounded in an assassination attempt.

1937 During a flight across the Pacific, pilot Amelia Earkhart and navigator Fred Noonan went missing.

1962 The first Walmart store opens in Arkansas.

1964 US President Lyndon Johnson signed the “Civil Rights Act” to prohibit segregation based on race, ethnicity, and gender.

3 July

1775 In Massachusetts, George Washington takes command of the Continental Army.

1836 Wisconsin Territory was created.

1863 The Battle of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania ended.

1890 Idaho became the 43rd US state.

4th of July

1776 In Philadelphia, the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence.

1817 Construction of the Erie Canal begins in New York State.

1838 Iowa Territory was created.

1845 Texas accepted an offer to join the United States.

1855 Walt Whitman’s poetry collection Leaves of Grass was published in New York.

1863 Siege of Vicksburg in Mississippi ends.

1884 During a solemn ceremony in Paris, France handed over the Statue of Liberty to the United States.

1960 At Fort McHenry (Baltimore, Maryland), the modern, “fifty-star” US flag was first introduced.

5’th of July

1934 “Bloody Thursday” in San Francisco, California: Clashes between police and striking dock workers.

1935 US President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Labor Relations Act to protect the rights of employees.

1994 In Washington state, Jeff Bezos founded the Amazon online store.

July 6

1854 The first convention of the US Republican Party was held in Michigan.

1887 King Kalakaua I of Hawaii signed the Constitution of the Kingdom of Hawaii.

1908 Robert Peary’s expedition leaves New York for the North Pole.

1933 The first Major League Baseball ” All-Star Game ” was played in Chicago.

July 7

1846 The United States of America captured the port of Monterey, thus establishing their claim to California.

1898 US annexed Hawaii.

1930 Construction began on the Hoover Dam.

1981 US President Ronald Reagan first nominated a woman to the US Supreme Court – Sandra O’Connor.

July 8

1663 The status of ” The Colony of Rhode Island and the Plantation of Providence ” was confirmed by a charter of King Charles II of England.

1776 In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Liberty Bell informed the residents of the city of the announcement of the Declaration of Independence.

1889 The first issue of The Wall Street Journal was published in New York.

2011 Final launch of the Space Shuttle program: The Atlantis spacecraft departed for its final flight.

July 9

1811 David Thompson reached the confluence of the Columbia and Snake Rivers in present -day Washington state .

1846 The United States captured the city of Yerbe Buena (modern San Francisco) in California from Mexico.

1868 The Fourteenth Amendment to the US Constitution was passed, guaranteeing citizenship rights and legal protection regardless of race.

1958 The highest tsunami on record swept across Lituya Bay, Alaska.

July 10

1890 Wyoming becomes the 44th US state.

1962 Telstar, the first communications satellite, was launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida .