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College Planning Medical Application Package


       This CPC medical application package is designed to be a comprehensive guide to preparing and ultimately applying for entrance into medical school during your
undergraduate years. Once your decision to seek admittance into medical school has been made, it is never too early to start preparing.
        Searching for Med School: A Premed’s Guide to Admission will be your personal premed ‘Advisor’ and lead you on the journey to choosing the specific medical school best suited for your professional pursuits, individual goals, and ultimate success as a physician or health practitioner.
        Searching for Med School intends to help all students – those who sit in the front
of the class, those who prefer the back row of the lecture hall, those who like to charge
ahead independently, those who benefit from a counselor’s input and guidance.
The intent of this package is to fill a need for most (perhaps all?) premed students; a road map to help navigate the intense academic course load and pressured decision-making towards becoming a doctor.
        Professors and Advisors, with their weighted schedules, often cannot offer the time each individual advisee requires, or hopes for. Searching for Med School
will supplement their advising and guidance, and as a our package, always be accessible.
        How to begin? To grasp the breadth of preparation required, a complete read-through
of the package is suggested, followed by a year-specific focus on the sections as
they apply to you. The Table of Contents outlines each sequential step of the journey, and each section lists the topics specifically so students can each find the content and answers for which they are searching.
         For those choosing a premedical path in later life, this package will also prove helpful. As a post-bac student, just review the table of contents for the sections tailored to your specific guidance needs.
We hope this package will be helpful to you; and welcome comments and feedback. Good luck on your journey.

Highschool Preparation

Many think that high school is too early of a time to start preparing for medical school but it's never too early to start planning for a successful future.

 

High school is the time for students to build solid foundations in the classes of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics. Students should attempt to complete all AP Tests for those subjects to receive college credit and students will be able to take higher level classes when they begin college. 

 

Students should maintain the best unweighted and weighted GPA as they can and should also consider the GPA requirements of the college they want to apply to. Preparing for the ACT/SAT and getting a score required by the college desired is also necessary.

 

Extracurriculars are very important as well so it is encouraged to join sports teams and school clubs.

 

Volunteering at hospitals and doing research or internship opportunities over the summer adds crucial hands-on experience.

 

Remember: mental and physical health is very important and maintaining a balanced social and academic life will make a student very versatile and prepared for college.

Undergraduate

Undergrad is the time when your dreams of Medical School become closer to reality and when Medical School preparation gets very rigorous.

The medical school application process actually begins from your very first day of college. Specific classes must be planned out and completed before the MCAT should be taken and before the actual application can even begin. We will help you choose and Plan out your course schedule from the very first to very last day of college.

How to Select Undergraduate Premed Coursework

Premed students shouldn’t think of a heavy course load and competitive
GPA as mutually exclusive. First, it is important to remember that, regardless of what major you ultimately choose, there are core courses that most medical schools require you take:

  • two semesters of biology with laboratory (up to four semesters at some schools)
  • two semesters of inorganic chemistry with laboratory
  • two semesters of organic chemistry with laboratory
  • two semesters of math, at least one in calculus
  • two semesters of physics with laboratory
  • two semesters of English and/or writing

Because all applicants will have these requirements on their transcripts, they are the most
standardized way, along with the MCAT score, used to compare applicants across undergraduate schools. In addition, since the widely used AMCAS (American Medical College Application Service) application divides the science or BCPM (biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics) GPA from the overall GPA, performance in these classes is even more important.

Extracurricular Activities
Extracurricular activities are often overlooked by students, but this part of your
application can make the difference between your first and last choice school. We will
suggest and help you plan out many different extracurricular activities.


MCAT Prep (MCAT Helping)
The most famous but also stressful and frightening part of medical school admissions
This is usually the make or break point, where anyone can go from being Pre-Med to
settling for Pre-Law. We will advise you on the best way to go about studying for your
MCATs, including which books are best, which courses are the most effective, how
much study time to set aside, etc.


Gap Year Planning
Taking time off between graduating college and applying to medical school? STEM
Consulting Group can help you evaluate your application as it stands now and
recommend the best options for a gap year, whether that be a postBacc program,
international work, clinical work or research work.

 

All of the background information you need prior to filling out an CPC application

 

1. College Planning Corp. (CPC)application: Your Background Information

       Here we will enter your basic background information including name, birthday,        schools attended, citizenship, ethnicity and race, and more.
2. CPC application: Course Work
     Here we will enter your transcripts and information about your coursework.
3. CPC application: Work and Activities
     Here we will enter any work experience, extracurricular activities, awards, etc.
4. CPC application: Letters of Evaluation
    Here we will enter information about your letter writers as well as indicating which     schools should receive your letters.
5. CPC application: Medical Schools
     Here we will enter all of the medical schools to which you wish to apply.
6. CPC application: Essays
    Here we will upload your Personal Comments essay.
7. CPC application: Standardized Tests
    Here cpc will list your MCAT® exam scores and other standardized test                     information.

 

고등학교 학생이 지원할 있는

미국의대 보장 프로그램 대학 리스트
 Colleges ( 의대 보장 프로그램 대학)

Program Length in Years

( 학위 과정 )

Albany Medical College

7 or 8

Baylor College of Medicine

8

Boston University School of Medicine

7 or 8

Brown University Warren Alpert School of Medicine

8

California Northstate University School of Medicine

6 or 7

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

8

City College of New York (Brooklyn College)

7 or 8

City College of New York (Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education)

7

Drexel University College of Medicine

7 or 8

Florida Atlantic University Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine*

7 or 8

Florida State University College of Medicine

7 or 8

George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences

7 or 8

Hofstra North Shore — LIJ School of Medicine

8

Howard University College of Medicine

6

Indiana State University*

8

Medical College of Georgia*

8

Meharry Medical College

7 or 8

Northeast Ohio Medical University*

6 or 7

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

7 or 8

Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine

8

Rowan University — Cooper School of Medicine

8

Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

7 or 8

Sidney Kimmel Medical College

6, 7, or 8

Stony Brook University School of Medicine

8

St. Louis University School of Medicine

8

Temple University School of Medicine

8

Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine*

8

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine*

8

The Commonwealth Medical College

8

University of Alabama School of Medicine

8

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

8

University of Connecticut School of Medicine*

8

University of Illinois at Chicago School of Medicine*

8

University of Hawaii School of Medicine*

8

University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine

6

University of Nevada School of Medicine*

7

University of New Mexico School of Medicine*

8

University of Oklahoma School of Medicine

7 or 8

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

8

University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry

8

University of South Alabama College of Medicine*

8

University of South Florida College of Medicine

7

University of Toledo School of Medicine

7, 8, or 9

Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine

8

Wayne State University School of Medicine

8

*State residents only,­­­or state residents preferred. So your preferred program wants you to wait and apply as an undergraduate? I guess your pets can put up with this doctor-patient make-believe game just a little longer.

 

Combined BA/BS/MD Programs for Undergraduate Applicants

대학 재학생들에게 제공하는 의대 보장 프로그램은 대학 입학 1학년이나 2학년때 지원할 있다

The following schools offer programs you apply to once you’ve already been accepted there as an undergrad. They might ask you to apply as a freshman or sophomore.

 

School

Program Length in Years

Boston University School of Medicine

8

Drexel University College of Medicine

8

East Carolina University

8

George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences

7 or 8

Hampden-Sydney College

7 or 8

Loyola University, Stritch School of Medicine

8

Marshall University — Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine

8

Meharry Medical College

8

Mount Sinai School of Medicine

8

Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine

7

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

8

Rowan University

8

Rutgers New Jersey Medical School State

7 or 8

Temple University School of Medicine

7

Texas A & M Health Science Center College of Medicine*

8

The Commonwealth Medical College

8

Tufts University School of Medicine

8

Tulane University School of Medicine

8

University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine

8

University of Central Florida College of Medicine

8

University of Florida College of Medicine

7

University of Miami School of Medicine

7 or 8

University of New York Upstate Medical School

8

University of South Florida College of Medicine

7

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

8

*State residents only. Now that you’ve seen the full lists of combined medical programs, let’s review some points to consider if you’re deciding whether or not to apply to a BS/MD or BA/MD dual degree program.

 

 

 

미국 대학 학부에서  메디칼의대) 보장  프로그램으로 입학 하기

Complete List of BA/BS/MD Programs

 

The Complete List of BA/MD and BS/MD Programs

 

 

미국 대학에 학부과정으로 입학하면서 의과대학이 보장 되는 프로그램 학교 리스트들이다.

미국 의대는 일반적으로 대학 학부 과정 4년을 끝내고 의과대학원 원서을 내고 의대 입학을 위한 시험(MCAT) 거쳐서 정식 의대에 입학 하게 된다.

 

그러나 아래 대학들은 처음부터 대학 학부로 입학하면서 의대입학을 보장받는 프로그램이다. 물론 학부에서 학교가 요구하는 학점을 유지하고 MCAT 시험을 요구 하는 학교에서는 몇점이상을 받아야 한다는 조건만 만족시키면 의대졸업까지 걱정이 없다.

 

최근 미국에서는 일반적으로 프리메드( 의대를 가기 위한 준비 과정 학부) 하더라도 의대 입학을  위해 제수 삼수를 하는 학생이 적지 않다. 그것은 그만큼 미국의대도 바늘구멍이라는 뜻이다.

 

최근 저희 컬라이언트 가운데 노스웨스턴 프리메드( 생물학을 전공) 학생이  당해 년도에 의대 입학을 하지 못하고 1년동안 의대 준비 공부를 했다.

 

그래도 의대에 합격하지 못하고 조건부로 의대 입학 허가를 받고 타주의 의대 입학허가서를 손에 거머진 사례도 있었다.

 

다른 UIUC( 일리노이 주립대 어반아 샴페인)에서 프리메드를 학생은 꼬박 2년을 준비해서  결국 의대에 합격해 최근에 의대 과정을 끝낸 학생도 있었다.

그래서 미국에서 학부를 졸업하고 바로 의대를 진학하는 경우는 아주 뛰어난 학생으로 그리고 아주 럭키한 학생으로 부러움의 대상이 된다.

 

그래서 아예 학부 입학하면서 바로 대학으로부터 의대졸업까지 보장받는 프로그램이 인기인 것이다.

그래서 이 프로그램이 인기가 하늘을 찌른다. 보통 경쟁율이 101 넘는다.

 평균 시카고의 UIC 경우 1년에 50 뽑는데 1천명이 의대 게런티 프로그램에 지원한다.

 

일부 학생들은  아이비 리그 합격하고도  이런 의대 게런티 프로그램 대학으로 진학하는 사례가 많다.

 

저희 칼리지 플래닝 클라이언트다. 학생 부모는 의사다. 생은 3년전 하버드대학에는 일반 프리메드로 합격하고 UIC 의대 게런티 프로그램에 합격했다.

최종 결정은 하버드를 포기하고 UIC 등록해 다니고 있다. 3년만에 학부 과정을 맞치고 부전공까지 하나더 커뮤니케이션을 가면서 의대 프로그램을 즐기고 있다.

 

이들 학생과 학부모의 의견은 어짜피 의사가 되는 길이면  한해라도 빨리 할수 있고  학부에서 부터 의대가 보장되는 프로그램이 더 유리하다고 판단되어 그런 결정을 했다고 말한다.

 

This definitive list of BA/MD and BS/MD programs (also known as Joint-Degree, Direct Medical, and Guaranteed Medical Admission programs) has been updated for the 2016-17 application cycle. The BS/MD programs are arranged by state and include the minimum requirements to apply.

 

다음은 의대 보장 프로그램 대학들의 주 별 대학 리스트와 이들 대학이 요구하는 최소한의 성적 등을 알아봤다.

 

 

이들 프로그램이나 미국 대학 입학에 대한 상세한 상담이 필요한 분은 저희 칼리지 플래닝 펌에 무료 상담을 의뢰 하면 된다.

 

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주별  대학 학부 과정에서  의대보장 입학 프로그램 대학리스트

Alabama

 

University of Alabama/University of Alabama School of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: Early Medical Acceptance Program (EMSAP)

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) (Average: 4.46)

 

·         SAT: 1340 (CR & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 30 (Average: 34)

 

·         Required High School Courses: 4 years of English, 4 years of mathematics, 1 year of chemistry or physics, and 1 year of biology

 

·         Post Acceptance Requirements: MCAT required – must score at or above average of incoming medical class

 

·         Application Deadline: December 15

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: 200+ applications received per year, up to 30 invited for interview stage, 14 students selected to fill 10 slots

 

 

 

University of South Alabama

 

·         Program Name: College of Medicine Early Acceptance Program (EAP)

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1220 (CR & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 27

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must take MCAT and receive a score of 28 or higher

 

·         Application Deadline: January 15

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Preference given to applicants from Alabama and Service Area Counties in Mississippi and Florida.

 

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California

 

California Northstate University

 

·         Program Name: BS-MD Combined Program

 

·         GPA: 3.75 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1360 (CR & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 32

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: MCAT score of 510+ required, successful completion of MD admission interview required

 

·         Application Deadline: April 1

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: 2+4 and 3+4 options offered

 

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Colorado

 

University of Colorado Denver/University of Colorado School of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: BA/BS-MD Degree Program

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must be resident of Colorado and CCHE index score of 110 or better

 

·         Application Deadline: October 30

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: 10 accepted student slots

 

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Connecticut

 

University of Connecticut at Storrs/University of Connecticut School of Medicine

 

·         Program Name:A./B.S. and M.D. Combined Program in Medicine (CPiM)

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1300 (CR & Math), minimum of 650 for each section OR

 

·         ACT: 29

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must take MCAT (80th percentile, equivalent to old MCAT score of 30. All sections must be greater than 55th percentile, equivalent to 8 on the old MCAT). 3.6 cumulative undergraduate GPA required

 

·         Application deadline: December 1st

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Connecticut residents preferred.

 

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District of Columbia

 

Howard University

 

·         Program Name: The B.S./M.D Accelerated Medical Education Program

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1950 (CR, Writing & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 26

 

·         Recommended High School Courses: two or more years of foreign language, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics (algebra, geometry, and trigonometry)

 

·         Additional Requirements: two letters of recommendation (science and guidance counselor)

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: 6 year program. 2 yr undergrad + 4 yr med.

 

 

 

George Washington University

 

·         Program Name: Seven-Year B.A./M.D.

 

·         GPA: 3.6

 

·         SAT: Competitive scores required OR

 

·         ACT: Competitive scores required

 

·         SAT II: Math and Science subject tests required

 

·         Application Deadline: December 1st

 

·         Websites

 

·         Note: 7 year program. 3 yr undergrad + 4 yr med, SAT or ACT

 

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Florida

 

Florida Atlantic University

 

·         Program Name: Wilkes Medical Scholars B.S./M.D. Program

 

·         GPA: 4.3 (weighted)

 

·         SAT: 1450 OR

 

·         ACT: 33

 

·         Additional requirements: 1 letter of recommendation

 

·         Application Deadline: February 1st

 

·         Website

 

 

 

University of South Florida Honors College/USF Morsani College of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: 7 Year BS/MD Program

 

·         GPA: 4.0 (weighted)

 

·         SAT: 1420 (CR & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 32

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must take MCAT. Must maintain 3.60 undergraduate GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: August 15th

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Must be admitted to the Honors College as a first-year student (FTIC).

 

 

 

Florida Gulf Coast University/USF Morsani College of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: FGCU/USF BS/MD Medical Education Program

 

·         GPA: 3.70 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1300 (CR & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 29

 

·         Application deadline: May 15

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: 7 year program. 3 yr undergrad + 4 yr med.

 

 

 

University of Miami

 

·         Program Name: Dual Degree Program in Medine

 

·         GPA: 3.75 (on a 4.0 scale), rank in top 5 percent of high school graduating class

 

·         SAT: 1400 (CR & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 32

 

·         SAT II: At least 700 in one math and one science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics)

 

·         Application Deadline: November 1st

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Program available in 8 year and 7 year program (3 yr undergrad + 4 yr med).

 

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Illinois

 

Northwestern University

 

·         Program Name: Honors Program in Medical Education (HPME)

 

·         GPA: No cut-off, but students are usually near top of their class

 

·         SAT: No cut-off (Average scores of 760 (CR), 785 (Math), 772 (Writing))

 

·         ACT: Average scores of 35 (Composite), 10 (Writing)

 

·         SAT II: Math Level 2 (average 794) and Chemistry (average 770) subject exams are also required

 

·         Required High School Courses: Mathematics (4 years, must have one year of calculus), Chemistry (1 year), Physics (1 year), Biology (1 year), English (4 years), Foreign Language (2 years required, 3-4 years of the same language preferred)

 

·         Application Deadline: January 1st after initial request October-December

 

·         Website

 

 

 

University of Illinois Chicago

 

·         Program Name: Guaranteed Professional Program Admission (GPPA) – Medicine

 

·         GPA: No GPA requirement (last application process required students to be in the top 15% of their high school class)

 

·         SAT: 1240 (CR & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 28 (Average: 33)

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must be resident of Illinois. Must belong to the Honors College

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Required to take the MCAT

 

·         Application Deadline: December 1st

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: . 10% of applicants are admitted.

 

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Indiana

 

University of Evansville/Indiana University School of Medicine – Evansville

 

·         Program Name: B/MD Program

 

·         GPA: ~4.0 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1920 (CR, Math, Writing) OR

 

·         ACT: 29

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must be Indiana resident

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must take MCAT and maintain a 3.50 GPA

 

·         Application deadline: January 15th

 

·         Website

 

 

 

University of Southern Indiana/Indiana University School of Medicine – Evansville

 

·         Program Name: B/MD Program

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1200 (CR & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 27

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must be Indiana resident

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must take MCAT and maintain a 3.50 GPA

 

·         Application deadline: January 15th

 

·         Website

 

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Louisiana

 

Grambling State University/Meharry Medical College

 

·         Program Name:S./MD Rural health program

 

·         GPA: 3.25 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 900 (CR & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 20

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must maintain an undergraduate GPA of 3.0. Must agree to attend a six-week summer academic and clinical enrichment program at MMC

 

·         Application Deadline:  June 1st

 

·         Website

 

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Massachusetts

 

Boston University/Boston University School of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: Seven-Year Liberal Arts/Medical Education Program

 

·         GPA: No specific GPA requirement

 

·         SAT: Must take SAT or ACT with writing

 

·         SAT II: Requires Chemistry, Math 2. Foreign Language is recommended

 

·         Additional Requirements: Three separate teacher evaluations from either English, History, Foreign Language, or Laboratory Science.

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must maintain above a 3.20 overall and sciences GPA, MCAT required (must score at or above 80th percentile)

 

·         Application Deadline: November 15

 

·         Websites

 

·         Note: 7 year program. 3 yr undergrad + 4 yr med.

 

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Missouri

 

St. Louis University/St. Louis University School of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: Medical Scholars Program

 

·         GPA: Places emphasis on students with A’s in Science and Math. Students with “C’s” on their records will not be considered.

 

·         SAT: 1330 (CR & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 30

 

·         Additional Requirements: must submit a resume and two letters of recommendation from instructors

 

·         Post-acceptance Requirements: Maintain 3.65 GPA and must take MCAT

 

·         Application Deadline: Dec 1

 

·         Website

 

 

 

University of Missouri Kansas City

 

·         Program Name:A./M.D. Program

 

·         GPA: 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) – average: 3.80

 

·         SAT: 1090 (average: 1380) OR

 

·         ACT: 24 (average: 31)

 

·         Required High School Courses: English (4 years), Mathematics (4 years, Algebra 1 or higher), Science (3 years, must include Biology and Chemistry), Social Studies (3 years), Foreign Language (2 years of the same language), Fine Arts (1 year)

 

·         Application Deadline: November 1

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: 6 year program. 2 yr undergrad & 4 yr med.

 

 

 

Washington University in St. Louis/Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: University Scholars Program in Medicine

 

·         GPA: Not specified

 

·         SAT: Not specified

 

·         ACT: Not specified

 

·         Post-acceptance Requirements: Maintain a 3.80 GPA and must achieve at least 36 on the MCAT

 

·         Application Deadline: January 15th

 

·         Website

 

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Nevada

 

University of Nevada, Reno

 

·         Program Name: BS-MD Accelerated Early Admission Program

 

·         GPA: 3.7 (on a 4.0 scale) or ranked in top 10% of graduating class

 

·         SAT: 1270 (CR & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 29

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must have Nevada residency

 

·         Application Deadline: January 22nd

 

·         Website

 

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New Hampshire

 

Franklin Pierce University/St. George’s University

 

·         Program Name: FPU/SGU Pathway Program

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1200 (CR & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 26

 

·         Additional Requirements: Two letters of recommendation

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must maintain 3.5 undergraduate GPA and demonstrate a strong performance on MCAT

 

·         Application Deadline: No deadline, request application for program after undergraduate admission

 

·         Website

 

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New Jersey

 

Caldwell University/Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

 

·         Program Name: BA/MD Program

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale, and must be in top 10% of high school class)

 

·         SAT: 1400 (Math & CR) OR

 

·         ACT: 32

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: MCAT required for medical school matriculation though score isn’t used to determine admission, minimum 3.5 GPA per semester, minimum “B” grade on all pre-med classes

 

·         Application Deadline: January 15

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: 3 yrs. Undergrad + 4 yrs. Medical School OR 4 yrs. Undergrad + 4 yrs. Medical school options offered

 

 

 

Caldwell University/St. George’s University

 

·         Program Name: BA/MD Program

 

·         GPA: 3.5

 

·         SAT: 1200 (Math & CR) OR

 

·         ACT: 26

 

·         Application Deadline: January 15

 

·         Website

 

 

 

College of New Jersey/Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

 

·         Program Name: 7-Year Medical Program

 

·         GPA: Ranked top 5% of graduating class

 

·         SAT: 1500 (CR & Math) (Average SAT of accepted students: 1550+) OR

 

·         ACT: 35 (Average ACT: 35)

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: MCAT required for medical school matriculation though score isn’t used to determine admission, minimum 3.5 GPA per semester, minimum “B” grade on all pre-med classes

 

·         Application Deadline: December 1

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Must choose approved major (Biology, Chemistry, English, Philosophy, Physics, Economics, Biomedical Engineering, Engineering Science (mechanical or electrical emphasis), Math or History); typically 400 students apply per year, 80-100 students receive an interview, 40 students are offered acceptance, 20 students accept the offer

 

 

 

Drew University/Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

 

·         Program Name: Dual-Degree Program in Medicine

 

·         GPA: 3.8 (on a 4.0 scale) (Must be in top 10% of high school class)

 

·         SAT: 1400 (CR & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 32 (no superscore)

 

·         Additional Requirements: SAT II Subject Test for Math or Science is OPTIONAL but recommended

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: MCAT required for medical school matriculation though score isn’t used to determine admission, minimum 3.4 GPA per semester, minimum “B-” grade on all pre-med classes

 

·         Application Deadline: November 1

 

·         Website

 

 

 

Monmouth University/Drexel University College of Medicine/Monmouth Medical Center

 

·         Program Name: Monmouth Medical Center Scholars Program

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale, average: top 5% of class)

 

·         SAT: 1270 (CR/Math) (1900 with writing) (no subset less than 560) OR

 

·         ACT: 28

 

·         Additional Requirements: New Jersey Residents only

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Maintain an overall 3.5 GPA and 3.5 average GPA in all Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Math Courses. Minimum total MCAT score of 506 (minimum of 127 in the Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems, Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills, and the Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems sections. A minimum subset score of 125 is required on the Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior section)

 

·         Application Deadline: December 1

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Program includes undergraduate study, medical school, and an internship at the clinical campus. 8 year program.

 

 

 

Monmouth University/St. George’s University

 

·         Program Name: George’s University, Grenada, BS/MD 4 + 4 Program

 

·         GPA: Not specified

 

·         SAT: Not specified

 

·         ACT: Not specified

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: maintain minimum 3.4 GPA, MCAT required

 

·         Application Deadline: December 1st

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Must indicate interest in the program when applying to Monmouth University from high school

 

 

 

Montclair State University/Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

 

·         Program Name: Eight Year Combined BS/MD Program

 

·         GPA: Ranked top 10% of graduating class, a “B” average GPA

 

·         SAT: 1100 (CR & Math) (minimum 550 on both the Critical Reading and Math, Writing also evaluated)

 

·         ACT: Not accepted

 

·         Required High School Courses: English, 4 years; foreign language, 2 years of the same language; social studies, 2 years; mathematics, minimum 3 years including algebra I & II, and geometry; biology with lab, 1 year; chemistry with lab, 1 year; and electives chosen from the above areas, 3 years).

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: MCAT required for medical school matriculation though score isn’t used to determine admission, minimum 3.5 GPA per semester, minimum “B” grade on all pre-med classes

 

·         Application Deadline: December 15

 

·         Website

 

 

 

New Jersey Institute of Technology/American University of Antigua West Indies

 

·         Program Name:

 

·         GPA: Ranked top 10% of class

 

·         SAT: 1400 (CR + Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 32

 

·         Application Deadline: November 15

 

·         Website

 

 

 

New Jersey Institute of Technology/Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

 

·         Program Name: Combined BS/MD Program

 

·         GPA: Ranked top 10% of graduating class

 

·         SAT: 1450 (CR & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 33

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: MCAT required for medical school matriculation though score isn’t used to determine admission, minimum 3.5 GPA per semester, minimum “B” grade on all pre-med classes

 

·         Application Deadline: November 15

 

·         Website

 

 

 

New Jersey Institute of Technology/St. George’s University (Grenada West Indies)

 

·         Program Name: Bachelor’s/M.D. Program

 

·         GPA: Ranked top 10% of class

 

·         SAT: 1400 (CR + Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 32

 

·         Application Deadline: November 15

 

·         Website

 

 

 

The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey/Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

 

·         Program Name: Dual Degree Health Professionals Program

 

·         GPA: Ranked top 10% of class

 

·         SAT: 1400 (CR + Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 32

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: MCAT required for medical school matriculation though score isn’t used to determine admission, minimum 3.5 GPA per semester, minimum “B” grade on all pre-med classes

 

·         Application Deadline: December 15

 

·         Website

 

 

 

Rutgers University-Newark/Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

 

·         Program Name: 7 Year B.A./M.D. Joint Degree Program

 

·         GPA: Ranked top 10% of graduating class

 

·         SAT: 1400 (CR & Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 32 (must take optional Writing section)

 

·         Additional Requirements: 3 letters of recommendation, 1-2 page resume

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: MCAT required for medical school matriculation though score isn’t used to determine admission, minimum 3.5 GPA per semester, minimum “B” grade on all pre-med classes

 

·         Application Deadline: November 1

 

·         Website

 

 

 

University of the Science/ Cooper Medical School of Rowan University

 

·         Program Name: Dual Degree Program (MD)

 

·         GPA: 3.4 (on a 4.0 scale), top 25% of class

 

·         SAT: 1150 (CR+Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 25

 

·         Application Deadline: 2nd Friday of December

 

·         Website

 

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New Mexico

 

University of New Mexico

 

·         Program Name: Combined BA/MD Degree Program

 

·         GPA: Average: 4.05 (weighted)

 

·         SAT: 510 (Math), 450 (CR), (Average: 1305 [CR/Math]) OR

 

·         ACT: 22 (Math), 19 (Reading), 19 (Science), 19 (English) (Average: 30)

 

·         Additional Requirements: 3 letters of recommendation and must be resident of New Mexico

 

·         Application Deadline: Nov 13

 

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New York

 

Brooklyn College City University of New York/SUNY Downstate Medical

 

·         Program Name: Coordinated B.A.-M.D. Program

 

·         GPA: 90% CAA (college admissions average)

 

·         SAT: 1220 (CR & Math)

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must be a resident of New York, New Jersey, or Connecticut

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must take MCAT and maintain 3.5 GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: December 15th

 

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Clarkson University/SUNY Upstate Medical University

 

·         Program Name: Early Admission Program

 

·         GPA: Minimum 90% average/3.7 (on 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1250 (CR and Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 28

 

·         Additional Requirements: 1 letter of recommendation

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must take MCAT and score at least 30

 

·         Application Deadline: February 1

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Preference given to those who reside in a rural NY community and come from an underrepresented minority

 

 

 

Hobart& William Smith Colleges/SUNY Upstate Medical University

 

·         Program Name: Blackwell Medical Scholarship Program

 

·         GPA: Minimum 90% average/3.7 (on 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1250 (CR and Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 28

 

·         Additional Requirements: Letter of recommendation from either a science or mathematics teacher

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must take MCAT

 

·         Application Deadline: November 15 (early decision) or January 15

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: This program is for high school students who are from rural areas, underrepresented minority groups or are the first generation in their families to attend college.

 

 

 

Hofstra University/LIJ School of Medicine, Hofstra University

 

·         Program Name: Hofstra 4+4 Program: BS-BA/MD

 

·         GPA: 3.7 (out of 4.0 scale), ranked in top 10% of class

 

·         SAT: 1350 (CR+Mathematics)

 

·         ACT: 32

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements:  minimum 3.6 overall GPA as well as a minimum 3.6 science GPA, MCAT score equivalent to the 80th percentile

 

·         Application Deadline: February 1

 

·         Website

 

 

 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute/Albany Medical College

 

·         Program Name: Accelerated Physician-Scientist Program

 

·         GPA: Not specified

 

·         SAT: Average: 1471 (CR+Math) OR

 

·         ACT: Can be used in place of SAT, but must include writing component

 

·         SAT II:  Mathematics and biology, chemistry, OR physics required

 

·         Required High School Courses: four years of English; a year each of biology, chemistry, and physics, and four years of mathematics

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: MCAT not required

 

 

 

Siena College/Albany Medical College

 

·         Program Name: Siena – Albany Medical College

 

·         GPA: Top 10% of class

 

·         SAT: 1950 (minimum of 1300 in critical reading and math) OR

 

·         ACT: 30

 

·         Application Deadline: November 15th

 

·         Website

 

 

 

Siena College/SUNY Upstate Medical University

 

·         Program Name: Siena College Rural Medical Program

 

·         GPA: Minimum 90% average/3.7 (on 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1250 (CR and Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 28

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: maintain a GPA of 3.5 each semester, earn no grade lower than a “C”, and score a minimum of 509 on the MCAT.

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Preference given to those who come from a rural NY community. Acceptance into this program indicates your willingness to participate in the Rural Medical Scholars Program (RSMP). You will therefore be assigned to the RMSP track as a medical student at SUNY Upstate Medical University.

 

 

 

Sophie Davis Biomedical Education/CUNY School of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: Biomedical Science Program

 

·         GPA: Minimum grade average of 85%

 

·         SAT: Not specified

 

·         ACT: Not specified

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must be New York State resident. Submit five letters of recommendation

 

·         Application Deadline: January 8

 

·         Website

 

 

 

St. Bonaventure University/George Washington University School of Medicine

 

·         Program Name:S./B.A.-M.D. 4+4 Dual Admissions Program

 

·         GPA: High school average of 90% (3.7/4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1800 (CR, Math, Writing) OR

 

·         ACT: 29

 

·         SAT II: Science (Molecular Biology preferred, Chemistry acceptable)

 

·         Additional Requirements: 2 letters of recommendation (one must be from a science teacher) and a resume

 

·         Application Deadline: December 1

 

·         Website

 

 

 

St. Bonaventure University/SUNY Upstate Medical University

 

·         Program Name: Bonaventure University Dual-Admission Program

 

·         GPA: Minimum 90% average/3.7 (on 4.0 scale) and top 10% of class

 

·         SAT: 1300 (CR and Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 29

 

·         SAT II: Science Subject Test required

 

·         Additional Requirements: 2 letters of recommendation (one must be from a science teacher) and a resume

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Minimum overall GPA of 3.5 and 509 on the MCAT

 

·         Application Deadline: December 15

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: This program seeks individuals from New York State that are residing in an underserved/under-represented area(s) and that have stated a willingness to consider returning to service in rural New York State in the future.

 

 

 

St. Lawrence University/SUNY Upstate Medical University

 

·         Program Name: Lawrence University Early Assurance Program

 

·         GPA: Minimum 90% average/3.7 (on 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1250 (CR and Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 27

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Minimum overall GPA of 3.5 and at least 30 on the MCAT

 

·         Application Deadline: December 1

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Preference given to those who come from rural New York communities and are from under-represented backgrounds

 

 

 

Stony Brook University/Stony Brook University School of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: Scholars for Medicine Program

 

·         GPA: Minimum 95%/3.8 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1350 (CR and Math)

 

·         ACT: Not accepted

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Maintain a minimum 3.2 science GPA & 3.4 cumulative GPA and MCAT with a score at or above the national average for that test year (no less than 8 on any section).

 

·         Application Deadline: January 15

 

·         Website

 

 

 

SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry/SUNY Upstate Medical University

 

·         Program Name: Joint BS/MD Program

 

·         GPA: Minimum 90% average/3.7 (on 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1250 (CR and Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 28

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must be a New York resident

 

·         Application Deadline: January 1

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Preference given to those who come from rural New York communities and are from under-represented backgrounds. Acceptance into these programs indicates your willingness to participate in the Rural Medical Scholars Program (RSMP). You will therefore be assigned to the RMSP track as a medical student at SUNY Upstate Medical University.

 

 

 

SUNY Fredonia/SUNY Upstate Medical University

 

·         Program Name: Early Assurance Program

 

·         GPA: Minimum 90% average/3.7 (on 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1250 (CR and Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 28

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Preference given to those who come from rural New York communities and are from under-represented backgrounds. Acceptance into these programs indicates your willingness to participate in the Rural Medical Scholars Program (RSMP). You will therefore be assigned to the RMSP track as a medical student at SUNY Upstate Medical University.

 

 

 

SUNY Geneseo/SUNY Upstate Medical University

 

·         Program Name: SUNY Geneseo Early Admittance Program

 

·         GPA: Minimum 90% average/3.7 (on 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1250 (CR and Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 28

 

·         Application Deadline: January 1

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Preference given to those who come from rural New York communities and are from under-represented backgrounds. Acceptance into these programs indicates your willingness to participate in the Rural Medical Scholars Program (RSMP). You will therefore be assigned to the RMSP track as a medical student at SUNY Upstate Medical University.

 

 

 

Union College/Albany Medical College

 

·         Program Name: Eight-Year Medical Program

 

·         GPA: “Excellent grades” in challenging courses

 

·         SAT: 2010 (CR, Math & Writing) OR

 

·         ACT: 30 (ACT can be used to replace both SAT and SAT II)

 

·         SAT II: 650 (1 Math, 1 Science)

 

·         Application Deadline: November 15

 

·         Website

 

 

 

University of Rochester/University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry

 

·         Program Name: Rochester Early Medical Scholars (REMS)

 

·         GPA: Average 3.95 (out of 4.0), top 3% of class

 

·         SAT: Required

 

·         ACT: Required

 

·         Application Deadline: December 1

 

·         Website

 

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Ohio

 

Case Western/Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: Pre-Professional Scholars Program

 

·         GPA: Average: top 10% of class

 

·         SAT: Average: 2200-2300 (CR, Math, Writing) OR

 

·         ACT: Average: 31-34

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: 34 or higher on the MCAT

 

·         Application Deadline: December 1

 

·         Website

 

 

 

Kent State/Northeastern Ohio Medical University

 

·         Program Name: Bachelor of Science/Doctor of Medicine Degree

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) (Average: 3.88)

 

·         SAT: 1210 (CR and Math) (Average: 1413) OR

 

·         ACT: 27 (Average: 31)

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: maintain a 3.40 GPA and have a MCAT score of 125 or higher in each subtest on the most recent test

 

·         Application Deadline: November 16

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: 6 year (2 yr undergrad & 4 yr med) or 7 year (3 yr undergrad & 4 yr med) program. Ohio residents given preference.

 

 

 

University of Cincinnati/University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: Connections Dual Admissions (BS/MD) Program

 

·         GPA: Average 3.98 (on a 4.0 scale), minimum not specified

 

·         SAT: 1300 (CR & Math) (average 1498) OR

 

·         ACT: 29 (average 34)

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must take MCAT and maintain a 3.5 undergraduate GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: November 10th

 

·         Website

 

 

 

University of Akron/Northeastern Ohio Medical University

 

·         Program Name: Bachelor of Science/Doctor of Medicine Degree

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1210 (CR and Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 27

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: 40 overall GPA and a MCAT score of 125 or higher in each subtest on the most recent test

 

·         Application Deadline: November 16th

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: 6 year (2 yr undergrad & 4 yr med) or 7 year (3 yr undergrad & 4 yr med) program. Ohio residents given preference.

 

 

 

Youngstown State University/Northeastern Ohio Medical University

 

·         Program Name: Bachelor of Science/Doctor of Medicine Degree

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) (Average: 3.88)

 

·         SAT: 1210 (CR and Math) (Average: 1413) OR

 

·         ACT: 27 (Average: 31)

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements:40 overall GPA and a MCAT score of 125 or higher in each subtest on the most recent test

 

·         Application deadline: November 16

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: 6 year (2 yr undergrad & 4 yr med) or 7 year (3 yr undergrad & 4 yr med) program. Ohio residents given preference.

 

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Pennsylvania

 

Drexel University/Drexel University College of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: The BA/BS/MD Accelerated Degree Program

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) or ranked top 10% of graduating class (Average: 3.94)

 

·         SAT: 1360 (CR and Math) (Average: 1527) OR

 

·         ACT: 31 (Average: 34)

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: minimum MCAT score of 506 and maintain at least a 3.5 GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: November 1st

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: 7 year program

 

 

 

Monmouth University/Drexel University College of Medicine/Monmouth Medical Center

 

·         Program Name: Drexel University Scholar’s Program

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (Average: top 5% of class)

 

·         SAT: 1270 (CR/Math) (1900 with writing) (no subset less than 560) OR

 

·         ACT: 28

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: minimum MCAT score of 31 and maintain at least a 3.5 GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: December 1st

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: This program includes undergraduate study, medical school, and an internship at the clinical campus. 8 year program.

 

 

 

Muhlenberg College/Drexel University College of Medicine/Lehigh Valley Hospital

 

·         Program Name: Drexel University Scholar’s Program

 

·         GPA: (Average: top 5% of class)

 

·         SAT: 1270 (CR/Math) (no subset less than 560) OR

 

·         ACT: 28

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must take MCAT and maintain at least a 3.5 GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: January 1st

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: This program includes undergraduate study, medical school, and an internship at the clinical campus. Acceptance Rate: 6% (6 seats / 100 applicants)

 

 

 

Penn State University/Jefferson Medical College

 

·         Program Name: Penn State’s Accelerated Premedical-Medical Program

 

·         GPA: Ranked 10% of graduating class

 

·         SAT: 1400 (CR and Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 32

 

·         Additional Requirements: resume and one letter of recommendation

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: minimum MCAT score of 504 and maintain at least a 3.5 GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: November 30th

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: 6 year (2 yr undergrad & 4 yr med) or 7 year (3 yr undergrad & 4 yr med) program.

 

 

 

Temple University/ Temple University of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: Pre-Med Health Scholar Program

 

·         GPA: 3.8 (Average: 4.00)

 

·         SAT: Average: 1490 OR

 

·         ACT: Average: 34

 

·         Additional Requirements: three letters of recommendation

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: minimum MCAT score of 30 (with no section less than a 9) and maintain at least a 3.5 GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: December 18th

 

·         Website

 

 

 

University of the Pittsburgh/ University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: School of Medicine Guaranteed Admissions Program (GAP)

 

·         GPA: Not specified

 

·         SAT: 1450 OR

 

·         ACT: 33

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: maintain at least a 3.75 GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: December 1st

 

·         Website

 

 

 

University of the Science/ Cooper Medical School of Rowan University

 

·         Program Name: Dual Degree Program

 

·         GPA: 3.4 (on a 4.0 scale) and top 25% of your class

 

·         SAT: 1150 OR

 

·         ACT: 25

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must take MCAT and maintain at least a 3.5 GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: December 11th

 

·         Website

 

 

 

University of the Science/ The Commonwealth Medical College

 

·         Program Name: Dual Degree Program

 

·         GPA: 3.4 (on a 4.0 scale) and top 25% of your class

 

·         SAT: 1150 OR

 

·         ACT: 25

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must take MCAT and maintain at least a 3.5 GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: 2nd Friday of December

 

·         Website

 

 

 

Ursinus College/ Drexel University College of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: Early Assurance Program

 

·         GPA: Top 10% of their class

 

·         SAT: 1300 (CR/Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 29

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must take MCAT and maintain at least a 3.5 GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: November 1st November 1st

 

·         Website

 

 

 

Villanova University/Drexel University College of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: Medical Affiliate Program

 

·         GPA: 3.8 (on a 4.0 scale) or ranked top 5% of graduating class

 

·         SAT: 1380 (CR + Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 31

 

·         Recommended High School Courses: four years of Mathematics, four years of English, three years of science (at least one semester each of biology, chemistry and physics)

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: MCAT score of 506 and maintain at least a 3.5 GPA (cannot receive lower than a C for any course)

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: 7 year program

 

 

 

Washington& Jefferson College/Temple University School of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: W&J/Temple School of Medicine Medical Scholars Program

 

·         GPA: Top 5% of class

 

·         SAT: 1350 (min. of 600 on each section including writing) OR

 

·         ACT: 31

 

·         Post-acceptance Requirements: MCAT score within 70th percentile

 

·         Application Deadline: January 1

 

·         Website

 

 

 

West Chester University/Drexel University College of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: Early Assurance Program

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) and top 10% of their class

 

·         SAT: 1300 (CR/Math) (no subset less than 560)

 

·         Required High School Courses: 4 years of math and English, 3 years of science (including at least 1 semester of biology, chemistry, and physics)

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: MCAT score of 31 and maintain at least a 3.5 GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: November 14

 

·         Website

 

 

 

Wilkes University/Penn State College of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: Guthrie Pre-Medical Scholars Program

 

·         GPA: Ranked top 10% of class

 

·         SAT: 1250 (CR and Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 28

 

·         Additional Requirements: You must reside in a qualifying Pennsylvania county

 

·         Application Deadline: October 15

 

·         Website

 

Rhode Island

 

Brown University/Brown Alpert Medical School

 

·         Program Name: Brown Program in Liberal Medical Education (PLME)

 

·         GPA: No requirements

 

·         SAT: No requirements. Average scores of 731 (CR), 741 (Math), 746 (Writing) OR

 

·         ACT: No requirements. Must take the Writing Test

 

·         SAT II: 2 SAT Subject tests (Science highly recommended)

 

·         Recommended High School courses: four years of English; at least three years, preferably four years of mathematics; three years, preferably four years of a single foreign language; at least three years of science, including two years of laboratory science; two years of history, including American history

 

·         Application Deadline: November 1 (early decision), Jan 1 (regular decision)

 

·         Website

 

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Texas

 

Baylor University/Baylor College of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: Baylor2 Medical Track

 

·         GPA: 3.7 (on a 4.0 scale) or ranked top 5% of graduating class

 

·         SAT: 1400 (CR and Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 32

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must maintain a 3.5 overall and science GPA, MCAT required: must score in the range of 500-507 with no individual section score below 125

 

·         Application Deadline: November 1

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: 6 students selected per year, one of the six receive an 8-year, $10,000 scholarship per year. Must list pre-medicine as pre-professional area of study on Baylor Application

 

 

 

Rice University/Baylor College of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: Rice/Baylor Medical Scholars Program

 

·         GPA: Ranked top 5% of graduating class

 

·         SAT: No minimum, Average: 745 (CR), 760 (Math), 745 (Writing) OR

 

·         ACT: No minimum, Average: 33.5

 

·         Post-Acceptance Requirements: Must take MCAT

 

·         Application Deadline: November 1 (early decision) December 1 (regular decision)

 

·         Website

 

 

 

Prairie View A&M University/University of Texas at Galveston

 

·         Program Name: Early Medical School Acceptance Program (EMSAP)

 

·         GPA: 3.25 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1500 (CR, Math, Writing) OR

 

·         ACT: 21

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must be economically and educationally disadvantaged (1st generation college students); Must be a Texas Resident

 

·         Post-Admission Requirements: MCAT score above 498. Must maintain a 3.25 Overall and Science GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: January 29th

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Students are only allowed to apply to one EMSAP Partnership School: Once you are interviewed for EMSAP at one university, you will be denied all additional interviews for EMSAP at the remaining partnership institutions.

 

 

 

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley/University of Texas at Galveston

 

·         Program Name: Early Medical School Acceptance Program (EMSAP)

 

·         GPA: 3.25 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1500 (CR, Math, Writing) OR

 

·         ACT: 21

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must be economically and educationally disadvantaged (1st generation college students); Must be a Texas Resident; two letters of recommendation

 

·         Post-Admission Requirements: MCAT required, must score above 498. Must maintain a 3.25 Overall and Science GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: January 29th

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Students are only allowed to apply to one EMSAP Partnership School: Once you are interviewed for EMSAP at one university, you will be denied all additional interviews for EMSAP at the remaining partnership institutions.

 

 

 

Texas A&M International/University of Texas at Galveston

 

·         Program Name: Early Medical School Acceptance Program (EMSAP)

 

·         GPA: 3.25 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1500 (CR, Math, Writing) OR

 

·         ACT: 21

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must be economically and educationally disadvantaged (1st generation college students); Must be a Texas Resident; two letters of recommendation

 

·         Post-Admission Requirements: MCAT required, must score above 498. Must maintain a 3.25 Overall and Science GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: January 29th

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Students are only allowed to apply to one EMSAP Partnership School: Once you are interviewed for EMSAP at one university, you will be denied all additional interviews for EMSAP at the remaining partnership institutions.

 

 

 

Texas Southern University/University of Texas at Galveston

 

·         Program Name: Early Medical School Acceptance Program (EMSAP)

 

·         GPA: 3.25 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1500 (CR, Math, Writing) OR

 

·         ACT: 21

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must be economically and educationally disadvantaged (1st generation college students); Must be a Texas Resident; two letters of recommendation

 

·         Post-Admission Requirements: MCAT required, must score above 498. Must maintain a 3.25 Overall and Science GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: January 29th

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Students are only allowed to apply to one EMSAP Partnership School: Once you are interviewed for EMSAP at one university, you will be denied all additional interviews for EMSAP at the remaining partnership institutions.

 

 

 

Texas Tech University/Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine

 

·         Program Name: Undergraduate to Medical School Initiative (UMSI)

 

·         GPA: 3.7 (on a 4.0 scale), top 10% of class

 

·         SAT: 1300 (CR, Math) OR

 

·         ACT: 29

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must be a Texas resident

 

·         Post-Admission Requirements: MCAT required, must score above 498. Must maintain a 3.7 Overall and 3.6 Science GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: December 1

 

·         Website

 

 

 

University of Texas – Brownsville/University of Texas at Galveston

 

·         Program Name: Early Medical School Acceptance Program (EMSAP)

 

·         GPA: 3.25 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1500 (CR, Math, Writing) OR

 

·         ACT: 21

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must be economically and educationally disadvantaged (1st generation college students); Must be a Texas Resident; two letters of recommendation

 

·         Post-Admission Requirements: MCAT required, must score above 498. Must maintain a 3.25 Overall and Science GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: January 29th

 

 

·         Note: Students are only allowed to apply to one EMSAP Partnership School: Once you are interviewed for EMSAP at one university, you will be denied all additional interviews for EMSAP at the remaining partnership institutions.

 

 

 

University of Texas – El Paso/University of Texas at Galveston

 

·         Program Name: Early Medical School Acceptance Program (EMSAP)

 

·         GPA: 3.25 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1500 (CR, Math, Writing) OR

 

·         ACT: 21

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must be economically and educationally disadvantaged (1st generation college students); Must be a Texas Resident; two letters of recommendation

 

·         Post-Admission Requirements: MCAT required, must score above 498. Must maintain a 3.25 Overall and Science GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: January 29th

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Students are only allowed to apply to one EMSAP Partnership School: Once you are interviewed for EMSAP at one university, you will be denied all additional interviews for EMSAP at the remaining partnership institutions.

 

 

 

University of Texas – Pan American/University of Texas at Galveston

 

·         Program Name: Early Medical School Acceptance Program (EMSAP)

 

·         GPA: 3.25 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1500 (CR, Math, Writing) OR

 

·         ACT: 21

 

·         Additional Requirements: Must be economically and educationally disadvantaged (1st generation college students); Must be a Texas Resident; two letters of recommendation

 

·         Post-Admission Requirements: MCAT required, must score above 498. Must maintain a 3.25 Overall and Science GPA

 

·         Application Deadline: January 29th

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: Students are only allowed to apply to one EMSAP Partnership School: Once you are interviewed for EMSAP at one university, you will be denied all additional interviews for EMSAP at the remaining partnership institutions.

 

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Virginia

 

Virginia Commonwealth University

 

·         Program Name: Guaranteed Admissions Program

 

·         GPA: 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale)

 

·         SAT: 1270 (CR/Math) (no score under 530) OR

 

·         ACT: 29

 

·         Application Deadline: November 15

 

·         Website

 

·         Note: To be accepted into a Guaranteed Admission Program, you must be accepted by the university, by The Honors College and by the Selection Committee of the professional or graduate Guaranteed Admission Program you wish to enter.


 

·         Website

 

 

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High School:

 

Find out if dentistry is a good fit for you and demonstrate your interest in the profession.  

  • Job shadowing.

  • Volunteer at a family dentist’s office.

  • Ask your questions to local practicing dentists.

  • Dental camps or other programs offered by nearby dental schools.

  • Search to see if any nearest dental society could be of any additional help.

  • For additional information, HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) is the national organization offering health profession career information to students interested in programs to explore careers.

  • “Extracurriculars are very important as well so it is encouraged to join sports teams and school clubs. Volunteering at hospitals and doing research or internship opportunities over the summer adds crucial hands-on experience.”

 

Take math and science courses, including chemistry, biology, physics, algebra, and statistics.

High school is the time for students to build solid foundations in the classes of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics. Students should attempt to complete all AP Tests for those subjects to receive college credit and students will be able to take higher level classes when they begin college.

 

Students should maintain the best unweighted and weighted GPA as they can and should also consider the GPA requirements of the college they want to apply to. Preparing for the ACT/SAT and getting a score required by the college desired is also necessary.


 

Undergraduate:

 

Dental schools don’t enforce specific majors, but a solid foundation in the natural sciences is highly recommended.


 

The following courses are required by all dental schools:

  • Biology with lab

  • Inorganic Chemistry with lab

  • Organic chemistry with lab

  • Physics with lab

  • A semester of English (usually writing-based)

 

Some dental schools may have you take these courses, while others simply suggest them as beneficial:

  • Anatomy

  • Biochemistry

  • Psychology

  • Mathematics

 

Most dental schools also note that the following courses can be advantageous

  • Business

  • Foreign Language

  • Humanities or Social Science Courses

 

Dental Admission Test (DAT)

  • (Take it during your spring semester of junior year)

  • To prepare for the test, it is necessary to have finished biology, inorganic, organic chemistry.

 

Highly recommended:

  • Volunteer to work in a dental office

  • Job shadow a practicing dentist

  • Find lab work in an area of research

  • Join pre-dental or pre-health professions clubs

  • Participate in Summer programs like Summer health professions education program (SHPEP)

 

Required activities:

  • Request letters of recommendation/ evaluation

  • Apply to schools

  • Go to on-site interviews

  • DAT

  • Fill out your ADEA Associated American Dental Schools Application Service (AADSAS) application

 

Reasons for a gap year:

  • Strengthen your dental school application

  • Organize your finances

  • Rest before starting dental school

During dental school interviews, describe your experience and accomplishment you gathered in your gap year that makes you a better applicant and future health professional.

 

  Dental School Ranking:   College Planning Co. and CPC Plep.

 

2017

       

Ranking

School Name

Average GPA

Average DAT

Acceptance Rate (%)

1

UCLA

3.66

22

4.9

2

UCSF

3.48

20.5

4.6

3

University of Michigan

3.53

20

5.3

4

University of North Carolina

3.61

21

N/A

5

NYU

3.53

21

7.2

6

University of Washington

3.6

21

5.7

7

University of Pittsburgh

3.64

21.03

3.7

8

Columbia University

3.63

23

0.7

9

University of Florida

3.66

20

6.9

10

U Penn

3.62

21

5.2

11

Harvard

3.87

22

3.5

12

Boston University Goldman School of Ental Medicine

3.6

19.4

N/A

13

Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC

3.5

20

4.6

14

University of Louisville

3.55

20

4

15

Virginia Commonwealth University

3.6

20

3.7

16

University of Alabama

3.6

20

N/A

17

Case Western Reserve University

3.61

19.58

2.3

18

University of Connecticut

3.2

21

3.4

19

University of Minnesota

3.59

20.09

8.4

20

University of Maryland College of Dental Surgery

3.4

20

3.4

 
 
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US Pharmaceutical School

 

Pharmaceutical  school Prep. with College Planning Co. and CPC Prep.

 

High School:

 

You can directly enroll in a pharmacy school right after high school. The “0-6” program allows students to complete their pre-pharmacy study in the first two years and professional pharmacy degree study in the rest four years.

There are many pharmacy colleges that offer “early assurance (AKA “early admission”) status for selected high school students. These students are guaranteed admission into four-year professional pharmacy program as long as they successfully complete the first two years of pre-pharmacy study.

 

Take math and science courses, including chemistry, biology, physics, algebra, and statistics. Also, any classes that emphasize communication skills, both written and oral.

 

High school is the time for students to build solid foundations in the classes of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics. Students should attempt to complete all AP Tests for those subjects to receive college credit and students will be able to take higher level classes when they begin college.

 

Students should maintain the best unweighted and weighted GPA as they can and should also consider the GPA requirements of the college they want to apply to. Preparing for the ACT/SAT and getting a score required by the college desired is also necessary.

 

Undergraduate:

 

Due to pharmacy degree programs differences from one institution to the next, it’s advisable to research different pharmacy programs of the desired schools of pharmacy.

 

Not required to major in “pre-pharmacy” in college to apply to a pharmacy degree program

 

The following courses are required by most if not all pharmaceutical schools:

  • General Chemistry with lab (2 semesters)

  • Organic Chemistry with lab (2 semesters)

  • Biology with lab (2 semesters)

  • Physiology (mammalian (1 semester)

  • Physics with lab (thermodynamics & electromagnetism) (1-2 semesters)

  • Microbiology (1 semester)

  • Biochemistry (1 semester)

  • Mathematics/Statistics (1-2 semesters)

  • English (2 semesters)

  • Economics (1 semester)

  • Communication (1 semester)

  • Humanities, Social & Behavioral Science (1 semester)

 

Pharmacy colleges encourage:

  • Volunteer in a health-related setting

  • Work with patients in a pharmacy or health-related setting

  • Find lab work in an area of research

  • Joining a health-related clubs

 

The following are required:

  • Request letters of recommendation/ evaluation

  • Apply to schools

  • Go to on-site interviews

  • Complete the Pharmacy College Application Service (PharmCAS) application

  • Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT)

 

PCAT:

  • Biological Processes

  • Chemical processes

  • Critical reading

  • Quantitative reasoning

  • Verbal ability, reading and writing

 

Reasons for a gap year:

  • Strengthen your school application (for example, GPA, MCAT score)

  • Organize your finances

  • Rest before starting pharmacy school

  • Focus on essays and letters of recommendation

Participate in activities to build the skills you need to be a health professional. Better yourself to prepare for on-site interviews.



 

Pharmaceutical  School Ranking                         

 College Planning Co & CPC Prep.

 

2017

       

Ranking

School Name

Average GPA

Average PCAT

NAPLEX PASS RATE (%)

1

University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

3.5

86.0

97.8

2

University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

3.55

82.0

97.4

3

UCSF

3.55

N/A

99.1

4

University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

3.5

75.0

96.7

5

University of Texas-Austin

3.6

84.0

100

6

Ohio State University

3.52

68.0

98.4

7

University of Illinois-Chicago

3.4

N/A

92.6

8

University of Kentucky

3.6

78.0

96.2

9

Purdue University

3.5

N/A

97.4

10

University of Florida

3.4

65.0

96

11

University of Maryland-Baltimore

3.4

70.0

97.3

12

University of Pittsburgh

3.5

81.0

100

13

USC

3.6

N/A

99

14

University of Washington

3.5

87.0

97.4

15

University of Wisconsin-Madison

3.6

81.0

98

16

University of Arizona

3.57

68.5

95.6

17

University of Iowa

3.4

70.0

97

18

University of Tennesee Health Science Center

3.4

66.0

96.8

19

University of Utah

3.5

84.0

98.2

20

Virginia Commonwealth University

3.4

70.0

94.1

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             6yers PharmD College for High school student

 

 

 

School offers 6 yrs PharmD program                       Ranking on US News

 

*Albany College of Pharmacy                                                   56
*Duquesne University                                                               46 (Mylan, Pittsburgh PA)
*Florida A & M University
*Hampton University
*Massachusetts - Boston
*Northeastern University                                                            46
*Ohio Northern University
*Philadelphia
*Rutgers University
*St. John's University                                                                  61
*St. Louis College of Pharmacy                                                  51
*University of Connecticut 29
*University of Findlay
*University of Missouri at Kansas City                                         42
*University of Rhode Island                                                         46
*University of Texas at Austin                                                      4

 


The Cooperative Pharmacy Programs are structured so that students are able to complete the two years of pre-pharmacy requirements at either UT El Paso or UT-Pan American and then come to Austin to complete their first two years of pharmacy coursework.

 

Students return to their home region to complete their third and fourth years of the pharmacy curriculum.
The Pharmacy Scholars Program is an early admission program designed to encourage high school students to consider pharmacy as a career. The program offers conditional admission to the College of Pharmacy to a select number of highly qualified high school seniors. Under the contractual agreement, students are expected to complete pre-pharmacy courses and maintain a grade point average equal to or greater than 3.2
on a 4.0-point scale. A minimum of a combined verbal and math SAT score of 1000 or a minimum composite ACT score of 21 is desired. Students may also apply to the Pharmacy Scholars Program during their first or send the year of pre-pharmacy studies. Pharmacy Scholars become a part of the pharmacy community through participation in pharmacy-related seminars, special projects, summer research programs and community service projects under faculty direction and supervision.

 

University of the Pacific offers a 5-year, or "2+3," Pharm.D. program to qualified first-time freshmen. They also offer a 6-year, or "3+3," Pharm.D. program to freshmen who do not meet the requirements for the  "2+3" program.
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University of Pittsburgh offers conditional admission to a limited number of high school seniors, and if the student proceeds to meet set criteria for the first two years of the pre-pharmacy program, he or she will advance directly into the professional program.

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