The U.S. News is at it again! Unlike their other lists, this top 10 list is based on one simple FACTUAL number.
The new 2011 numbers are in (10 Medical Schools With the Lowest Acceptance Rates), and according the U.S. News, over 500,000 applications were submitted by an number of applicants (each applicant often applies to multiple schools, so the 500,000 applications, is not from 500,000 applicants).Read More
“What are my chances?” I see this everywhere I look on the SDN. Students post their MCAT® scores, their science GPA and cumulative GPA. They talk about all the wonderful things in life they have done and how they’ve wanted to be a doctor since even before they remember. Unfortunately there is usually a sob story to these posts. It usually involves tough circumstances which didn’t allow them to study as much as they needed. They only got a 26 on the MCAT®, a 3.3 GPA or some random combination of scores that they think now puts them out of the running for a chance at getting into medical school.Read More