MCAT Test Centers in South Carolina

By | February 26, 2019

According to AAMC (the MCAT test maker), there are 7 MCAT test centers in South Carolina. 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.

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MCAT Test Centers in South Carolina

Charleston – Ashley River Road
1954 ASHLEY RIVER ROAD
SUITE G
CHARLESTON, SC 29407

Columbia – Executive Center Drive
121 EXECUTIVE CENTER DR
CONGAREE BLDG, SUITE 144
COLUMBIA, SC 29210

ETS – COASTAL CAROLINA UNIV.
Coastal Carolina University
301 Allied Drive
Coastal Science Center
Room 106
CONWAY, SC 29526

Florence – C Hoffmeyer Road
2141 C HOFFMEYER RD.
WEST GATE OFFICE PARK
FLORENCE, SC 29501

PROMETRIC TEST CENTER
10 ENTERPRISE BLVD
SUITE #100
GREENVILLE, SC 29615

Greenville – Villa Road
37 Villa Road
Suite 309
Greenville, SC 29615

Charlotte – Rock Hill
452 Lakeshore Pkwy
Suite 110
ROCK HILL, SC 29730

Medical College Admission Test in South Carolina

South Carolina after Independence

By the beginning of the 20th century, the economy of South Carolina was no longer based on agriculture alone; many textile factories were built in the state that processed cotton. At the same time, another important crop appeared on the fields – tobacco. During the First World War, a massive migration of residents of the “Palm State” (mostly blacks) began to the north, to the fast-growing industrial cities of the Midwest and Northeast of the United States.. In the early twenties of the last century, an epidemic of weevil sharply reduced the profitability of cotton fields, the situation was aggravated by the Great Depression. Only with the outbreak of World War II did the crisis end: the demand for cotton and textiles increased sharply, thousands of people got jobs in Charleston shipyards, numerous military bases and enterprises working for defense.

In the post-war decades, the number of people employed in agriculture has sharply decreased, while industry, tourism and other sectors of the economy have developed quite rapidly. In the sixties of the XX century in South Carolina, as in other states of the United States, the struggle for civil rights intensified. In 1963, the traditionally “white” Clemson University admitted the first black student – Harvey Gant, who twenty years later became the first African-American mayor of Charlotte, the largest city in neighboring North Carolina. On February 8, 1968, a tragic incident took place in South Carolina, known as the Orangeburg Massacre. Then the police opened fire on a crowd of students protesting segregation, while three people were killed and twenty-eight were injured.

Back in 1962, the Confederate flag was raised over the Capitol of South Carolina in Columbia, which caused protests from black residents, who considered this a manifestation of racism. It was only in 2000 that state legislators decided to move the flag to the memorial to fallen Confederate soldiers located in front of the Capitol. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and some other public organizations in the United States still oppose the support of this symbol at the level of the government of the “Palm State”, boycotting, in particular, the holding of sports competitions in South Carolina.