MCAT Test Centers in Tennessee

By | February 26, 2019

According to AAMC (the MCAT test maker), there are 9 MCAT test centers in Tennessee. 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 Tennessee

Chattanooga – Cromwell Road
4295 CROMWELL RD, STE 309
CO-LOCATED W/ SYLVAN LEARNING CTR
CHATTANOOGA, TN 37421

Clarksville – Forbes Avenue
220 FORBES AVE.
SUITE B
CLARKSVILLE, TN 37040

Memphis – Cordova
8176 OLD DEXTER RD
SUITE 101
Cordova, TN 38016

PROMETRIC TEST CENTER
University of Memphis at Lambuth
Hyde Hall Room 314
Jackson, TN 38301

Knoxville – Center Park Drive
215 Center Park Dr.
Suite 700
KNOXVILLE, TN 37922

ETS – UNIVERSITY OF TN/MARTIN
211 Clement Hall
University of Tennessee at Martin
MARTIN, TN 38238

Nashville – Donelson Pike
1410 Donelson Pike
Suite A-11
NASHVILLE, TN 37217

ETS – Tennessee State University
TSU AVON WILLIAMSCAMPUS
330 10TH AVE NORTH RM 220
NASHVILLE, TN 37203

Nashville – Donelson Pike
1410 Donelson Pike
Suite A-11
Nashville, TN 37217

Medical College Admission Test in Tennessee

Tennessee History

In 1897, a major international exhibition was held in Nashville, dedicated to the centenary of Tennessee becoming one of the states of the United States. The main pavilion of the exhibition was built in the form of a copy of the famous ancient Greek Parthenon (one of Nashville’s popular nicknames is the “Athens of the South”) and, after reconstruction carried out in the twenties of the XX century, remains one of the most famous sights of the city today.

During World War I, Tennessee-born US Army Sergeant Alvin York became famous on the battlefields of distant Europe. A group of thirteen soldiers, led by York, managed to capture the German stronghold, while they destroyed thirty-two machine guns, killed twenty-eight enemy troops and captured another one hundred and thirty-two (the Americans lost six people killed). For his feat, Alvin York was awarded the Medal of Honor – the highest military award of the United States of America.

In the twenties of the last century in Tennessee, the extremely popular American musical style “country” was born. And now the state hosts the largest country music festivals, gathering tens of thousands of fans, and Nashville is known as the “Music City”.

Nashville-Davidson

Nashville-Davidson [ næ ʃ v ɪ l de ɪ v ɪ dsn] until 1963 Nashville, capital of the State of Tennessee, USA, on the Cumberland River 544 800 residents; catholic bishopric; several universities; Seat of many religious educational institutions and publishers (especially the Methodists); Center of Country Music (Nashville Sound) with concert hall and museum (Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum), botanical garden, art museum, Opryland amusement park and important record production. Nashville-Davidson is v. a. a center for insurance, finance and printing, otherwise the automotive, clothing, shoe, chemical and electrical engineering industries.

Fort Nashborough (reconstruction); State Capitol (1845-55). A replica of the Athens Parthenon (1897, Art Museum) in Central Park.

Founded in 1779 as Fort Nashborough (named after Francis Nash, * 1720, † 1777), renamed Nashville in 1784; took a rapid boom as a center of trade in central Tennessee. In 1843 it became the capital of Tennessee.