Medical School Admissions

General Timeline

September 15, 2020
Application becomes available

December 1, 2020
Application submission deadline

December 10, 2020
Deadline to take the CASPer Test

January 15, 2021
Deadline for all supporting credentials

Early assurance undergraduate partnership

Apply to medical school as a college sophomore for early assurance

Interested in becoming a doctor? Want to secure your seat in medical school early though early assurance while still in college? Apply to NEOMED during your second year of undergraduate studies at one of our seven undergraduate partner schools to reserve a seat in a future class two years after accepting the Early Assurance Program offer.

Partner Schools

NEOMED offers the Early Assurance Pathway for the 2020-21 application cycle in partnership with:

The Process

The Early Assurance Undergraduate Partnership Pathway is a two-step process to the College of Medicine at NEOMED as a first-year medicine student.

Step 1

The first step consists of an undergraduate student applying to NEOMED to attain an offer of early assurance which reserves a future seat in medical school at NEOMED. It does not constitute an offer of admission.

Step 2

The second step allows a student who has been granted early assurance to NEOMED the opportunity to apply for admission to claim their reserved seat.

Learn more about the process

Eligibility Guidelines

Students who wish to apply for a reserved seat in the College of Medicine at NEOMED should plan to meet or exceed predetermined application eligibility guidelines.

View the application eligibility guidelines

Admission Requirements

Candidates must be on track to successfully complete a bachelor’s degree program at their partner institution (the reserved seat is forfeited should you transfer) and complete all required pre-requisite courses with a grade of “C minus” or better to claim their reserved seat in the College of Medicine at NEOMED.

View the admission Requirements

Note: NEOMED no longer offers any direct from high school provisional admission programs (formerly known as “B.S./M.D.”)


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