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Medical Schools 2007

Statistics for fall 2005 first year class from the U.S. News & World Report Ultimate Guide to Medical 2rd ed. (2006) (average MCAT composite score 10 and above)

School % admitted total applicants number admitted % Asian-Am. in student body Average composite MCAT score
Mayo 2.25 2,883 65 15.1 10.8
Stanford 2.89 5,648 163 31.3 11.2
Brown 4.26 4,324 184 26.4 11.1
Cornell 4.35 5,177 225 24.4 11.5
Duke 4.40 5,042 222 20.0 11.9
UCLA 4.48 5,465 245 38.0 10.8
George Washington 4.60 7,778 358 22.5 9.3
Wake Forest 4.68 5,983 280 14.2 10.1
Boston Univ. 4.73 9,589 454 32.9 10.7
U. of Pennsylvania 4.77 4,671 223 18.8 11.6
U. of Calif at San Francisco 4.85 5,298 257 32.5 11.3
U. of Calif at Davis 4.92 4,109 202 40.1 10.3
Mount Sinai 4.99 6,591 329 22.3 11.0
Harvard 5.198 4.598 239 26.4 11.7
Georgetown 5.199 7,944 413 17.4 10.2
Columbia 5.32 5,768 307 19.7 11.8
Northwestern 5.79 6,897 399 39.5 11.3
NYU 5.83 8,028 468 25.2 11.0
U. of Vermont 5.89 3,482 205 15.1 9.5
Yale 5.93 3,708 220 21.1 11.6
Johns Hopkins 5.95 4,289 255 32.1 11.5
Univ of Calif at San Diego 6.00 5,018 301 38.6 11.0
Rush Univ. 6.1926 4,247 263 35.8 10.1
Oregon Health and Science 6.1927 3,601 223 13.3 10.3
Loyola Chicago 6.57 4,413 290 14.6 9.9
Avg 25.49

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