You must have adobe reader installed to view some of the content on pcatweb.info. (http://get.adobe.com/reader/?promoid=BUIGO)
The front page should have the testing dates listed. On the left side bar there is a Candidate
Information Booklet which you can download and view (shows all the information that the site
contains in an easily printable form).
While the other links are redundant if you print off the Candidate Information Booklet, the
Practice Test is something PCAT candidates should consider taking. One test costs 40 dollars
while two tests cost 60 dollars. After taking the practice test online (which is shorter than the
actual test) you will get an analysis of how you preformed. Keep in mind you will not be able to
use a calculator during the actual test, so refrain from doing so online. Also, remember that the
PCAT tests are all very unique, some chemistry portions may have many organic questions yet
another may have many inorganic questions, or even nuclear questions. Doing well on the
practice test does not mean you should not study anymore.
Payment/Registering for Test: www.tpc-etesting.com/pcat/
Clicking the “Apply for the PCAT” link will allow you to login and fill out your personal
information as well as which schools to send your score to and what testing center to go to at
what date. When all is done, you will receive a “PCAT Admission Ticket” which you will need
to print and present to the testing facility.