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Osteopathic vs Caribbean Medical Schools

Traditional allopathic medical schools can be extremely difficult to get into. Less than half of applicants are accepted every year. The average GPA and MCAT for 2016 allopathic matriculants was 3.7 and 508.7. These numbers are not easy to obtain. Many of the applicants who are rejected could become good doctors if they were given the chance. Many students see ...

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Medical School Application Metrics

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Right now you are maybe starting to draft or redraft your personal statement, asking for letters of recommendation (or at least thinking about whom to ask), and coming up with your activities list. You have a lot to do, which makes it easy to defer making your school list. We recommend that you take some time to objectively look at ...

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Private Medical Schools That Offer the Most Financial Aid

Medical school is not cheap. And with so many medical schools to choose from, one important deciding factor is cost of attendance. With that being said, here are the top 5 private medical schools that offer the most financial aid with an emphasis on scholarships. 1. Mayo Medical School 100% of students receive scholarships 100% of students receive financial aid ...

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Top 10 Out-of-State Friendly Public Medical Schools

Are you wondering which public schools are friendly to out of state students? Here are the most out-of-state friendly public medical schools in the US. 1. University of Vermont College of Medicine Roughly 90% of the students they interview are not from Vermont. Its tuition for in-state students is $30,940 and for out-of-state students is $54,160 2. West Virginia University ...

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15 Medical Schools That Don’t Require a High GPA

Often times, the limiting factor to whether or not you should apply to medical school is your GPA. If you don’t have a high GPA but you want to go to an allopathic medical school, you should consider these 15 medical schools that don’t require a high GPA. 1. Meharry Medical College (Nashville, Tennessee) Meharry is a historically black academic ...

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