What do you do if you get rejected from medical school?

What do you do if you get rejected from medical school?

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Do medical schools look down on Reapplicants?

In my experience, med schools do not look down on reapplicants as long as they demonstrate commitment and improvement. If it seems like the end of the world that you might not get in this cycle, it’s not. I don’t think rushing into medical school is necessarily all that great.

What’s the lowest MCAT score accepted?


Is a 504 A good MCAT score?

To guarantee success in med school, all you need is a 504. There is no meaningful difference in success rates (both in graduation and at the USMLE) of applicants scoring between a 504 MCAT and a 528. In other words, just proving that you are good enough to make it through medical school is NOT enough to get accepted.

Is 515 a good MCAT score?

A score of 515 corresponds to the 92nd percentile among MCAT test-takers between 20, according to a percentile chart published by the AAMC. “If you’re scoring above the 50th percentile, that’s a whole lot better than scoring below the 50th percentile,” Kent says.

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