MCAT Test Centers in New Hampshire

By | February 26, 2019

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

Concord – Whitney Road
2 Whitney Rd.
Suite 24
Concord, NH 03301

ETS – LEBANON COLLEGE
15 HANOVER ST
RM 002
LEBANON, NH 03766

Portsmouth – Griffin Road
200 GRIFFIN RD.
# 4
PORTSMOUTH, NH 03801

Medical College Admission Test in New Hampshire

John McCain

On April 25, 2007, John McCain announced his desire to participate in the 2008 presidential election. Despite serious problems with campaign financing, he managed to win the primary election and in March 2008 became the contender for the post of head of state from the Republican Party. McCain was supported by the incumbent US President George W. Bush, and the senator named Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his vice presidential candidate (his decision was seriously criticized and, very likely, significantly influenced the outcome of the election). During the campaign there was an episode when in Minnesota one of McCain’s supporters said that Democratic candidate Barack Obama cannot be trusted because he is an “Arab”. McCain then replied to her: “No, ma’am. He is a decent family man, a citizen, we just have disagreements on matters of principle.” McCain’s response became known as a model of courtesy and decency towards political opponents. In November 2008, John McCain lost the presidential election.

After losing the presidential election, John McCain continued his work in the Senate, in 2010 he was re-elected to the upper house of the American Parliament for the fifth time. McCain opposed Obama’s proposed health care reform, criticized the President for refusing to build an American missile defense complex in Poland. In 2011, the senator supported the “Arab Spring”, he advocated support for NATO’s military intervention in Libya. After the killing of Osama bin Laden by the US military, McCain congratulated Barack Obama, while emphasizing that the methods of “extended interrogation” (that is, torture) did not provide any useful information that would lead to the elimination of “terrorist No. 1”. by the armed forces. Since the beginning of the war in Syria, he advocated the need for the United States to intervene in the conflict on the side of anti-government forces and support the rebels (especially after the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government). McCain continued to maintain his reputation as a “rebel”, so unlike many Republicans, he supported in December 2014 the publication of the report of the Senate Intelligence Committee on the use of torture by the US Central Intelligence Agency between 2001 and 2006 (during the “war on terror”).

At the end of 2013, John McCain actively supported the “Revolution of Dignity” in Ukraine. In December, he traveled to Kiev, where he spoke on Maidan Nezalezhnosti in front of hundreds of thousands of protesters. McCain was extremely consistent in supporting Ukraine, later he repeatedly advocated the provision of the United States assistance to Ukraine, including various types of weapons. In 2016, he again came to Ukraine and on the eve of the new year, 2017, together with the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko visited the positions of Ukrainian army soldiers in the Donbass.