According to AAMC (the MCAT test maker), there are 4 MCAT test centers in Oklahoma. 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.
- DigoPaul: Geographical meanings of state Oklahoma. Covers dictionary definition and location map of Oklahoma.
Oklahoma City – NW 50th Street
2224 N.W 50TH STREET
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73112
Oklahoma City Marriot – MCAT ONLY
Oklahoma City Marriott
3233 Northwest Expressway
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
ETS – OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV
1524 W. ADMIRAL
CBT TESTING CENTER
STILLWATER, OK 74078-3061
Tulsa – East Skelly Drive
3015 EAST SKELLY DR
TULSA, OK 74105
Economy of Oklahoma
Oklahoma ‘s main economic sectors are mining, industry, and agriculture.
The most important mineral wealth of the state is oil (Oklahoma ranks fifth in the United States in terms of reserves and production of “black gold”) and natural gas (according to various estimates – the second or third place in the United States). Numerous companies are associated with oil and gas production in Oklahoma, the largest of which are Oklahoma City-based Devon Energy, Chesapeake Energy, and Sandridge Energy, as well as ONEOK and Williams Companies, which are headquartered in Tulsa.
In addition, iodine is mined in Oklahoma (it is not produced anywhere else in the USA), coal, limestone, granite, gypsum and other materials used in construction.
Oklahoma’s industry is primarily manufacturers of a variety of equipment for oil and gas production, as well as enterprises in the aerospace industry.
The state’s factories produce drilling rigs, pumps, chemicals, rubber products, agricultural equipment, food, optics, electronics, car trailers, wind turbines, and defense products.
Tulsa Airport is home to American Airlines ‘ maintenance base, which is considered the largest in the world; the US government ‘s Mike Monroe Aviation Center operates in Oklahoma City; in the city of Broken Arrow, they design and manufacture simulators for the training of pilots, flight attendants, air traffic controllers and aviation technicians.
Agriculture is very well developed in Oklahoma, primarily cattle breeding (more than 5% of the national production, the fifth largest among US states), pigs (more than 4%) and poultry farming.
The main agricultural crop of the state is wheat (also the fifth largest in the US – more than 6%). In addition, cotton, corn, sorghum, peanuts, canola (rapeseed), etc. are grown in the fields of Oklahoma.
In recent decades, a new direction of agriculture has been developing quite rapidly in the state – fish farming (channel catfish, grass carp, tilapia and other species).
Although Oklahoma is certainly not the most “tourist” of the US states, there are enough attractions (for example, the National Museum of Cowboys and Western History ) and a number of activities are held that are interesting for both visitors and locals.
So, for example, more than a million visitors annually gather fairs in Oklahoma City and Tulsa, tens of thousands of people attend music festivals in Tulsa (Dfest) and Norman. Norman also hosts a unique “medieval” festival.
One of the largest employers in the state is the US military. There are several large military facilities in Oklahoma, including the Tinker, Altus, Vance airbases, the Gruber training center, and the McAlister ammunition plant.