MCAT Test Centers in Nevada

By | February 26, 2019

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

Las Vegas – South Valleyview Boulevard
6625 SOUTH VALLEYVIEW BLVD.
SUITE #414
LAS VEGAS, NV 89118

Reno – S. Virginia Street
2295 S. Virginia Street
#16
RENO, NV 89502

Reno NV
5250 Neil Rd
Suite 110
Reno, NV 89502

Medical College Admission Test in Nevada

Religion in the USA

Religion plays a fairly large role in the US. At one time, the first English colonies on the territory of the modern United States of America were created precisely by religious refugees; later, mass immigration of people from different countries into the country provided an extraordinary diversity of religious beliefs of the residents of the state.

It was in the United States that many of the most widespread religious movements in the world today were born, for example, such branches of Protestantism as the Episcopal Church, Adventism, and Pentecostals; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Jehovah witnesses; emerged quite recently, in the middle of the last century, Scientology and some others.

The First Amendment to the US Constitution determines that the United States cannot have a state religion and guarantees freedom of religion in the country. Practically in the United States today you can meet people who profess all world religions.

Although the official census does not ask about religious affiliation, such information about the US population is collected by various public organizations. According to polls, about seventy-five people in the United States call themselves believers.

Most Common Religions in the USA
Religion The number of its adherents relative to the total US population
Christianity about 69%
Judaism about 2%
Islam about 1%
Buddhism about 1%
Hinduism about 1%
Other religions about 1%
Without religious affiliation (agnostics, atheists) about 25%

The phrase ” In God We Trust ” (“In God We Trust”) has been one of the US national mottos since 1956. In 1864, it was first minted on the US two cent coin, and since 1957 it can be seen on all coins and denominations of the United States of America.

The ratio of the number of believers to the total population in different US states is not uniform. Most religious people are in the “Bible Belt” – the states in the South of the USA. A very large parishioner of the Southern Baptist Convention, traditionally popular in the region, lives here. The state with the highest church attendance is Utah, where the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) is traditionally strong. The least religious are the New England states in the US Northeast (Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine) and the Pacific states of the US West (Oregon and Washington).

US States with the Highest Weekly Church Attendance
State The number of parishioners relative to the total population of the state
Utah about 51%
Mississippi about 47%
Alabama about 46%
Louisiana about 46%
Arkansas about 45%
South Carolina about 42%
Tennessee about 42%
Kentucky about 41%
North Carolina about 40%

The number of supporters of one or another confession among racial and ethnic groups in the United States is very heterogeneous.

The distribution of religious affiliation among racial and ethnic groups in the United States (relative to the total population)
Religion (denominational) Non-Hispanic whites Blacks (African Americans) Hispanic or Latino Others (Asians, Indigenous etc)
Christianity, including about 70% about 79% about 77% about 49%
Protestantism about 48% about 71% about 26% about 33%
Catholicism about 19% around 5% about 48% about 13%
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) about 2% less than 0.5% about 1% about 1%
Jehovah witnesses less than 0.5% about 2% about 1% about 1%
orthodoxy about 1% less than 0.5% less than 0.5% about 1%
Judaism about 3% less than 0.5% about 1% about 1%
Islam less than 0.5% about 2% less than 0.5% about 2%
Buddhism less than 0.5% less than 0.5% about 1% about 4%
Hinduism less than 0.5% less than 0.5% less than 0.5% about 8%
Without religious affiliation (agnostics, atheists) about 24% about 18% about 20% about 29%