MCAT Test Centers in Georgia

By | February 26, 2019

According to AAMC (the MCAT test maker), there are 13 MCAT test centers in Georgia. 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 Georgia

Atlanta – Peechtree Dunwood Road
5909 PEACHTREE DUNWOODY RD.
SUITE 120
ATLANTA, GA 30328

Augusta – Perimeter Parkway
2743 Perimeter Pkwy
Building 100, Suite 301
AUGUSTA, GA 30909

Athens – University of Georgia
University of Georgia
Clarke Howell Hall 825 S. Lumpkin St
Athens, GA 30602

Athens – Lumpkin Street
825 S. Lumpkin St.
Clark Howell Hall-Univ of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602

Atlanta – Parklake Drive
2295 Parklake Drive (Tucker)
Bldg 12, Suite 130
Atlanta, GA 30345

Atlanta – Peechtree Dunwood Road
5909 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd
Suite 120
Sandy Springs
Atlanta, GA 30328

Atlanta – Piedmont Avenue
75 Piedmont Ave. NE
Suite 200, Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA 30303

Columbus – University Avenue
4225 University Ave.
Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center, Room 208
Columbus State University
Columbus, GA 31907

Dahlonega
University of North Georgia
82 College Circle
Dahlonega, GA 30597

Macon – North Side Drive
3312 NORTH SIDE DR.
SUITE A-180
MACON, GA 31210

Savannah – Eisenhower
340 EISENHOWER
BUILDING 100
CO-LOCATED W/ SYLVAN LEARNING CTR
SAVANNAH, GA 31406

Atlanta – Smyrna
2400 Lake Park Drive, SE
Suite 180
Smyrna, GA 30080

Valdosta – River Street
1709 RIVER ST
CO-LOCATED W/ SYLVAN LEARNING CTR
VALDOSTA, GA 31602

Medical College Admission Test in Georgia

Augusta

Augusta, [ ɔ ː g ʌ stə], city in the state of Georgia, USA, on the Savannah River (border with South Carolina), 197 100 residents; Georgia Medical College, University, History Museum; Military base; Textile, paper, food, ceramic and medical technology industries; the “US Masters” golf tournament takes place every year in Augusta.

Augusta was founded in 1735 by General J. Oglethorpe as a fortified trading post. 1780–83 and 1786–95 Augusta was the capital of Georgia.

Columbus

Columbus [kə l ʌ mbəs], city in Georgia, USA, on navigable Chattahoochee River (border with Alabama) 185 700 residents; Textile factories, ironworks, wood, food industries.

Founded in 1827, Columbus quickly developed into an important inland port and center of the textile industry.

Macon

Macon [ me ɪ kn], city in Georgia, USA, in which case line 95 300 residents; Baptist University (founded in 1833); Textile industry, porcelain and earthenware factories.

Macon was founded in 1823 at Fort Hawkins, which was built in 1806.

Georgia During and After Civil War

Georgia was very active in the Civil War, tens of thousands of its residents fought in the army of the southerners, the state supplied the armed forces of the Confederacy with food and ammunition. The first major battle on the territory of Georgia (and there were more than five hundred of them here) was in September 1863 the Battle of Chickamauga, in which the Confederates won with approximately equal forces of the parties, thereby taking revenge for the defeat at Gettysburgin Pennsylvania. In the spring of 1864, an army of northerners under the command of General William Sherman invaded Georgia. After winning a series of battles, Sherman captured Atlanta in September 1864, thereby significantly weakening the Confederacy. The fall of Atlanta (and in December of that year, Savannah) undermined the morale of the southerners and hastened the end of the American Civil War.

After the end of the war, Georgia was destroyed and devastated. Due to the abolition of slavery, cotton production was sharply (fourteen times as compared to 1860) reduced, and rice plantations in coastal areas were practically abandoned. Many of Georgia’s more than four hundred and sixty thousand freed slaves moved to the cities, but they lacked housing and food. Significant assistance to people who received freedom was provided by the initiative of the President of the United States. Abraham Lincoln federal “Freedmen’s Bureau”, including helping them get an education. On the other hand, many Confederate veterans participated in organizations such as the Ku Klux Klan or the White League, in Georgia at that time there are hundreds of cases of killings of black people by racists, a kind of continuation of the war by guerrilla methods. Finally, in July 1870, Georgia was again admitted to the Union, becoming the last of the Confederate states to return to the United States.