MCAT Test Centers in Mississippi

By | February 26, 2019

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

Hattiesburg – Ellisville
72 Technology Boulevard
Ellisville, MS 39437

Prometric Test Center
1080 River Oaks Drive
Suite B-203
Flowood, MS 39232

180 Magruder St
Mail Stop #9747
Mississippi State University

Tupelo – Spicer Drive
TUPELO, MS 38804

Medical College Admission Test in Mississippi


Fertile soils and a subtropical, humid climate enable productive agriculture. In addition to cotton cultivation, wheat, rice, maize and soybean cultivation have gained in importance, as have cattle and poultry farming. Income from industry has only recently overtaken that of agriculture. The timber industry, cellulose and paper production, plywood production and the food industry, but also the chemical industry, play an important role. Inshore fishing supplies mainly oysters and shrimp. Oil is produced in the south, and natural gas at Jackson too. Below average per capita income of the population.

Numerous antebellum houses (architecture of the big landowners of the southern states in the approx. 30 years before the civil war; mainly Greek Revival or Federal Style), especially in Natchez and Biloxi, and former plantations attract tourists, casinos in Biloxi. Space Flight Center at Bay St. Louis.


Mississippi, originally inhabited by the Indian tribes of the Choctaw, Chikasaw and Natchez, became part of the Spaniards under H. de Soto in 1540–41explored. Since 1699 (inter alia in the area of ​​today’s Biloxi) French settled the area belonging to the Louisiana colony. The Mississippi, which came under British rule in 1763, fell to the USA in 1783, with the exception of the southern part, which had been occupied by Spaniards since 1779, which was officially ceded to the USA in 1795 (Treaty of San Lorenzo), but was in fact in Spanish hands until 1798. Mississippi was organized as a territory in 1798, expanded to the Tennessee border in 1804 and the Gulf of Mexico in 1812, and (after Alabama was ceded) on December 10, 1817, it became the 20th state to join the Union. As the main cotton producer of the “deep south” one of the most intransigent southern states, Mississippi had under the fighting of the Civil War (1861-65, especially the Vicksburg campaign in 1863) and suffered heavily from the subsequent “Reconstruction”. Re-accepted into the Union in 1870, it remained a state marked by social and racial tensions, with a very low average income and a high proportion of the black population.