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Direct Entry M.D. Admissions

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NEOMED offers a "small school" atmosphere, personalized attention, and what our students describe as a friendly and caring environment. We also have four consortium universities, numerous associated teaching hospitals, and nearly 2,200 clinical faculty members. To learn more about what NEOMED has to offer and what makes our combination of education, research, clinical care and service so unique, please read the welcome message from our Dean.


About the Program

The traditional four-year pre-medicine route comprises roughly one-third of the first-year medical school class at NEOMED each year.

Application requirements include demonstrated proficiency in appropriate college course work and competitive scores that are no more than two years old from the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). Other admission criteria include faculty recommendations, student commitment and exposure to the field of medicine, and extracurricular and work activities. The medical school interview, by invitation only, is a vital part of the screening process.

At the time of application, candidates must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States.

A Bachelor's Degree from a regionally accredited college or university in the United States is required for all NEOMED students in order to receive the M.D. degree. A student who is not going to fulfill B.S. or B.A. undergraduate requirements prior to NEOMED matriculation must demonstrate how this requirement will be satisfied.


Statistics about Our Students

To learn more about the breakdown of our class of students, we encourage you to view our 2014 M1 Class Profile for statistics about the most recently enrolled M1 class.



For specific questions pertaining to the Direct Entry program, please feel free to email or call 330.325.6275.


American Medical College

Application Service

Section for Student Services

2501 M Street, NW, Lobby 26

Washington, D.C. 20037-1300



Medical College Admission Test

MCAT Program Office

P.O. Box 4056

Iowa City, IA 52243