Medical School

Medical School Acceptance Rate Statistics

Medical Schools With The Lowest Acceptance Rate
Medical SchoolAcceptance Rate
Mayo Medical School2.2 %
George Washington University School of Medicine3.1 %
Wake Forest University School of Medicine3.1 %
Stanford University School of Medicine3.3 %
Georgetown University School of Medicine3.6 %
Brown University Warren Alpert Medical School3.7 %
Rush University Medical College3.8 %
Howard University College of Medicine3.9 %
University of California Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine3.9 %
University of Vermont College of Medicine4 %
Average Acceptance Rate by DemographicAcceptance Rate
The following is the acceptance rate for applicants with an MCAT score of 27-29 and GPA of 3.4 – 3.59
Asian29.3 %
White35.9 %
Hispanic69.1 %
Black84.8 %
Top 20 US Medical Schools
Score is comprised of amount of research, grants awarded, and grants per faculty member.
RankMedical SchoolEnrollmentScore
1Harvard University709100
2Johns Hopkins University45584
2University of Pennsylvania63684
4Stanford University44983
5University of California San Francisco63482
6Washington University in St. Louis49081
7Yale University40180
8Columbia University66378
9Duke University41377
10University of Chicago37776
10University of Michigan Ann Arbor65276
10University of Washington95176
13University of California Los Angeles75275
14Vanderbilt University43671
15University of Pittsburgh60470
16Cornell University41769
16University of California San Diego51169
18Mount Sinai School of Medicine60666
18Northwestern University71066
20U of Texas Southwestern Medical Center93263

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Statistic Verification
Source: Association of American Medical Colleges, US News
Research Date: July 14th, 2014

A medical school is a tertiary educational institution—or part of such an institution—that teaches medicine, and awards a professional degree for physicians and surgeons. Such degrees include the Doctor of Medicine (MD), Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO), or Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (BMBS, MBBS, MBChB). Many medical schools offer additional degrees, such as a Doctor of Philosophy, Master's degree, a physician assistant program, or other post-secondary education.