Medical School Admissions Statistics - US and Canada

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North American Medical School Admissions Statistics

The statistics below reflect the mean GPA and MCAT scores for matriculating students at each medical school listed. GPA and MCAT scores are only two of the many components medical schools consider when evaluating applications. The statistics below should only be used as a guide. These statistics should not be used as a means to predict admission.


These statistics are from self-reported data in the Medical School Admissions Requirements, 2009-2010. Many schools have considerably different scores for in-state and out-of-state applicants. These statistics reflect the averages of all matriculants.

United States

Medical School Median GPA* Median MCAT*
Alabama
University of Alabama 3.8 30
Univeristy of South Alabama 3.7 30
Arizona
University of Arizona 3.8 30
Arkansas
University of Arkansas 3.7 30
California
University of Southern California, Keck SOM 3.7 33
Loma Linda University 3.7 30
Stanford University 3.8 36
University of California, Davis 3.7 32
University of California, Irvine 3.7 32
UCLA, David Geffen SOM 3.8 33
University of California, San Diego 3.8 35
University of California, San Francisco 3.8 35
Colorado
University of Colorado 3.8 33
Connecticut
University of Connecticut 3.7 32
Yale University 3.8 35
District of Columbia
George Washington University 3.6 30
Georgetown University 3.7 32
Howard University 3.4 25
Florida
Florida State University 3.7 30
University of Florida 3.8 33
University of Miami 3.8 32
University of South Florida 3.8 30
University of Central Florida NR† NR
Florida International University NR NR
Georgia
Emory University 3.8 35
Medical College of Georgia 3.8 31
Mercer University 3.6 27
Morehouse School of Medicine 3.4 27
Hawaii
University of Hawaii, Burns SOM 3.8 32
Illinois
Rosalind Franklin University 3.7 31
Loyola University Chicago, Stritch 3.7 31
Northwestern University, Feinberg SOM 3.8 37
Rush Medical College 3.6 31
Southern Illinois University 3.7 29
University of Chicago, Pritzker SOM 3.8 35
University of Illinois at Chicago 3.7 31
Indiana
Indiana University 3.8 31
Iowa
University of Iowa 3.8 32
Kansas
University of Kansas 3.7 29
Kentucky
University of Kentucky 3.7 30
University of Louisville 3.7 30
Louisiana
Louisiana State University-New Orleans 3.7 29
Louisiana State University-Shreveport 3.8 29
Tulane University 3.5 31
Maryland
Johns Hopkins University 3.9 37
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences 3.6 30
University of Maryland 3.7 32
Massachusetts
Boston University 3.7 32
Harvard Medical School 3.9 37
Tufts University 3.7 33
University of Massachusetts 3.7 33
Michigan
Michigan State University 3.6 30
University of Michigan 3.8 37
Wayne State University 3.7 32
Minnesota
Mayo Medical School 3.9 33
University of Minnesota 3.7 31
Mississippi
University of Mississippi 3.8 28
Missouri
Saint Louis University 3.8 31
University of Missouri-Columbia 3.8 31
Washington University in St. Louis 3.9 38
Nebraska
Creighton University 3.8 30
University of Nebraska 3.8 30
Nevada
University of Nevada 3.7 30
New Hampshire
Dartmouth Medical School 3.8 35
New Jersey
UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School 3.7 32
UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson SOM 3.7 32
New Mexico
University of New Mexico 3.7 29
New York
Albany Medical College 3.6 31
Albert Einstein College of Medicine 3.8 33
Columbia University 3.8 35
Cornell University-Weill Medical College 3.8 35
Mount Sinai School of Medicine 3.8 35
New York Medical College 3.61 31
New York University 3.8 35
SUNY Buffalo 3.7 31
SUNY Downstate (Brooklyn) 3.7 32
SUNY Upstate (Syracuse) 3.8 32
Stony Brook University 3.7 32
University of Rochester 3.7 33
North Carolina
East Carolina University, Brody SOM 3.5 29
Duke University 3.8 37
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 3.8 33
Wake Forest University 3.7 33
North Dakota
University of North Dakota 3.8 27
Ohio
Case Western Reserve University 3.7 35
University of Toledo 3.7 30
Northeastern Ohio Universities 3.8 29
Ohio State University 3.8 35
University of Cincinnati 3.7 33
Wright State University 3.7 29
Oklahoma
University of Oklahoma 3.8 30
Oregon
Oregon Health & Science University 3.8 32
Pennsylvania
Drexel University 3.6 31
Jefferson Medical College 3.7 31
Penn State University 3.7 31
Temple University 3.8 31
University of Pennsylvania 3.8 35
University of Pittsburgh 3.8 35
Commonwealth Medical College NR NR
Puerto Rico
Ponce School of Medicine 3.5 22
Universidad Central del Caribe 3.5 21
University of Puerto Rico 3.7 23
San Juan Batista 3.2 17
Rhode Island
Brown University 3.8 35
South Carolina
Medical University of South Carolina 3.7 30
University of South Carolina 3.7 30
South Dakota
University of South Dakota 3.9 30
Tennessee
East Tennessee State University 3.7 30
Meharry Medical College 3.4 25
University of Tennessee 3.7 30
Vanderbilt University 3.8 35
Texas
Baylor University 3.9 35
Texas A&M University 3.8 30
Texas Tech University 3.7 30
Texas Tech- El Paso NR NR
University of Texas at Galveston 3.8 31
University of Texas at Houston 3.8 31
University of Texas at San Antonio 3.7 30
University of Texas Southwestern 3.8 33
Utah
University of Utah 3.7 29
Vermont
University of Vermont 3.7 30
Virginia
Eastern Virginia Medical School 3.6 31
University of Virginia 3.8 34
Virginia Commonwealth University 3.7 31
Washington
University of Washington 3.7 32
West Virginia
Marshall University 3.6 27
West Virginia University 3.8 30
Wisconsin
Medical College of Wisconsin 3.8 30
University of Wisconsin 3.8 32

'*'For the class entering in 2007 †Not reported

Canada

Medical SchoolMedian GPA*Median MCAT*
Alberta
University of Alberta 3.8 33
University of Calgary 3.6 32
Columbia
University of British Columbia 3.7 30
Manitoba
University of Manitoba 4.0 33
Nova Scotia
Memorial University of Newfoundland 3.8 30
Ontario
University of Toronto 3.9 33
University of Western Ontario 3.7 30
Quebec
McGill University 3.7 34

'*'For the class entering in 2007 †Not reported

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