MCAT Test Centers in Kentucky

By | February 26, 2019

According to AAMC (the MCAT test maker), there are 4 MCAT test centers in Kentucky. 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 Kentucky

Cincinnati – Florence
500 Technology Way
Gateway Community & Technical College
Boone Campus Center for Advncd Manufacturing
Florence, KY 41042

Lexington – Richmond Road

Louisville – East Brandeis
106 East Brandeis
University of Louisville,Davidson Hall RM 310
Louisville, KY 40208

Louisville – New La Grange Road
7400 New La Grange Rd
Suite 110
Louisville, KY 40222

Medical College Admission Test in Kentucky

Some Notable Natives and Residents of Kentucky

  • Daniel Boone (Daniel Boone, 1734-1820) – legendary hunter and trailblazer. Born in Pennsylvania, but later lived in Kentucky.
  • George Rogers Clark ( 1752–1818) was an American Revolutionary hero who led the militia during the Illinois Campaign. Known as “Old Northwest Conqueror” Born in Virginia but later lived in Kentucky.
  • Ephraim McDowell (1771–1830) was an eminent gynecologist and surgeon. Born in Virginia, but later lived in Kentucky.
  • Henry Clay (Henry Clay, 1777-1852) – an outstanding politician and statesman. Born in Virginia, but later lived in Kentucky.
  • Zachary Taylor (Zachary Taylor, 1784-1850) – 12th President of the United States. Born in Virginia, but later lived in Kentucky.
  • James Bowie (James Bowie, c. 1796–1836) was a pioneer and soldier who played an important role in the struggle for Texas independence. Born in Logan County.
  • Jefferson Finis Davis (Jefferson Finis Davis, 1808-1889) – an outstanding politician, the first and only President of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War. Born in the village of Fairview.
  • Abraham Lincoln (Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1865) – 16th President of the United States. Born in Larue County near Hodgenville.
  • Christopher Houston “Kit” Carson (Christopher Houston “Kit” Carson, 1809-1868) – hunter and frontier pioneer, US Army officer. Born in Richmond.
  • William “Bull” Nelson (William “Bull” Nelson, 1824–1862) was a naval officer and later one of the commanders of the Union Army in Kentucky during the Civil War. Born in Maysville.
  • Caroline Amelia “Carrie” Nation(1846–1911) was a radical temperance activist in the pre-Prohibition period. Born in Garrard County.
  • Daniel Carter Beard (Daniel Carter Beard, 1850-1941) – writer, illustrator, social reformer. Founder of the Boy Scout movement. Born in Ohio, but later lived in Kentucky.
  • Alben William Barkley (1877-1956) – 35th Vice President of the United States. Born in the village of Lowes.
  • Mary Carson Breckinridge (1881–1965) was a nurse midwife who provided medical care to rural eastern Kentucky Born in Tennessee, but later lived in Kentucky.
  • Colonel Harland David Sanders (Colonel Harland David Sanders, 1890–1980) was an entrepreneur and founder of the Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) fast food restaurant chain. Born in Indiana, but later lived in Kentucky.
  • Irene Dunne (Irene Dunne, 1898-1990) – popular film actress and singer. Born in Louisville.
  • Robert Penn Warren (Robert Penn Warren, 1905–1989) was a poet, writer, and literary critic. Born in the town of Guthrie.
  • William Smith “Bill” Monroe (1911–1996) was a musician, singer and songwriter, known as the “Father of Bluegrass Music”. Born in the village of Rozin.
  • Harold Peter Henry “Pee Wee” Reese (1918–1999) was a famous baseball player. Born in the town of Ekron.
  • Whitney Moore Young Jr. (Whitney Moore Young Jr., 1921-1971) – one of the leaders of the civil rights movement. Born in Shelby County.
  • Patricia Neal (Patricia Neal, 1926–2010) is a popular film actress. Born in the town of Packard.
  • Hunter Stockton Thompson (Hunter Stockton Thompson, 1937-2005) – writer and journalist, founder of gonzo journalism. Born in Louisville.
  • Muhammad Ali, born Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. (Muhammad Ali born Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr., 1942–2016) is a famous boxer. Born in Louisville.
  • George Timothy Clooney (1961–) is a popular film actor, director and producer. Born in Lexington.
  • John Christopher “Johnny” Depp II (John Christopher “Johnny” Depp II, 1963–) is a popular film actor, producer and musician. Born in Owensboro.