Are Your MCAT Scores Competitive?
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See how your GPA and MCAT scores compare to those of students accepted at U.S. medical schools.
Use the tool above to compare your scores, both GPA and MCAT, to those of students who matriculated to all U.S. allopathic medical schools.
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Details & Disclaimer: This program does not evaluate your medical school application. It cannot and does not guarantee acceptance or rejection anywhere.
This program is design to help you evaluate your medical school application. Many factors go into an acceptance decision by medical schools, among them your MCAT score, GPA, and state of residence. Private medical schools like Stanford, Harvard, and the University of Chicago put much less emphasis on state of residence. There are also many other important factors that go into the decision that have nothing to do with MCAT scores or GPA. Some of these include: your application essay, your life experiences, your personal background, and the needs of the particular medical school.
Most Caribbean medical schools are not included in this analysis, and you should investigate these options separately. Check out our Caribbean Medical School page for more information.
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