MCAT Test Centers in Illinois

By | February 26, 2019

According to AAMC (the MCAT test maker), there are 9 MCAT test centers in Illinois. 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 Illinois

Chicago – Clark Street
20 N. CLARK ST.
16TH FLOOR
CHICAGO, IL 60602

Carbondale – Carterville
402 EAST PLAZA DR.
SUITE 5
Carterville, IL 62918

PROMETRIC TEST CENTER
610 East. John St.
Fred H. Turner Student Services Bldg.
Champaign, IL 61820

Chicago – Deerfield
770 LAKE COOK ROAD
SUITE 200
DEERFIELD, IL 60015

Prometric Test Center
3033 W. Jefferson
Suite 219
Joliet, IL 60435

Chicago – Lombard
1919 South Highland Ave.
Bldg A – Suite 235
Lombard, IL 60148

Peoria – N University
7501 N UNIVERSITY
SUITE 218
PEORIA, IL 61614

Springfield – South 6th Street
2731 SOUTH 6TH STREET
SPRINGFIELD, IL 62703

De Kalb – Sycamore
1715 Dekalb Ave
Suite B
Sycamore, IL 60178

Medical College Admission Test in Illinois

Illinois Economy

The “Prairie State” is also known for its gourds, in particular watermelons and pumpkins “necessary” for the celebration of Halloween (first place in the USA). In recent decades, viticulture and winemaking have been actively developing in the southern districts of the state.

In Illinois, various industries are well developed. Historically, the state has been one of the largest food processing centers in the United States, primarily meat and grain processing. Chicago is home to the headquarters of such well-known food companies as Kraft FoodsQuaker OatsWrigley and others. Illinois also provides significant amounts of corn-derived biofuels (ethanol).

The state has a very well developed mechanical engineering, it is here that three factories of the largest manufacturer of special equipment (including construction) Caterpillar (in East Peoria, Decatur and Aurora) are located; one of the factories of the famous John Deere company, which produces agricultural machinery (in East Moline); Chrysler car assembly plant (in Belvidere) and many other enterprises. Illinois also produces plastics, chemicals, various metal and rubber products, electrical machines, electronics, computers, and many other types of industrial products.

Favorable geographical location has made Illinois (and primarily Chicago) one of the largest transport “crossroads” in the United States. Many rail and road routes converge here, and the Port of Chicago is one of the largest on the Great Lakes.

O’Hare International Airport in Chicago, for several decades the busiest airport in the world in terms of the number of passengers, and today continues to be one of the largest airports in the United States of America. It is no coincidence that it is one of the base airlines for United Airlines (whose headquarters is located in Chicago) and American Airlines.

Tourism is one of the most important branches of the state’s economy. Numerous tourists are attracted by the picturesque nature of Illinois (like the Shawnee National Forest located in the south, for example), historical sites (Illinois is not accidentally called “Lincoln Land”), the unique architecture and cultural features of the Chicago metropolis (which is worth only the famous Chicago blues!), And also various events (among which are the annual classical music festivals Grant Park Music Festival and culinary Taste of Chicago).

Interestingly, it was in Chicago that the world’s first Ferris wheel was built, and the Navy Pier amusement park located here is included in the list of the most popular US tourist attractions.