"Most facilities that offer standardized tests have canceled test dates or offered remote testing as COVID-19 cases rise. But two major tests are still offered only in-person.
The Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) and some states' bar exams require sit-down testing in rooms that can have hundreds of people, even in coronavirus hot spots.
The exams serve as high-stakes gateways for two of the country's most prestigious, highest-pressure and lucrative fields: They determine who gets into medical school and whether law school graduates can be cleared to become attorneys.
Tests are typically held in-person to prevent cheating and protect the integrity of the exams. For test takers, in-person exams mean a decision between caution, as coronavirus cases in the USA surpass 4.1 million, and achieving what for some has been a lifelong dream." ...https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/education/2020/07/27/mcat-and-bar-exams-not-offered-students-online-despite-covid/5445496002/