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

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.