Medical School Admissions

Prior Class Profile

The prior class profile for this pathway are:

Overall GPA
3.75-3.97

(middle 50%)

Average GPA
3.86

BCPM GPA
(Biology, Chemistry, Physics & Math)
3.52-3.86

(middle 50%)

Average BCPM
3.82

MCAT

502 – 511

(middle 50%)

Early assurance undergraduate partnership

Application Eligibility Guidelines

Early Assurance Undergraduate application guidelines are established annually at the beginning of the application cycle and are subject to change annually without prior notice. Future applicants should not assume future criteria will remain the same as currently shown below. The Early Assurance Undergraduate guidelines in effect for the 2021-2022 application cycle are as follows.

Early Assurance to the NEOMED College of Medicine requires students enrolled at partner colleges and universities to secure a nomination from the designated individual or committee on their partner campus to pursue early assurance to NEOMED. Interested students are to contact the pre-medical/pre-health advisor at their partner college or university for more information. Candidates for early assurance nomination will also undergo a screening interview with NEOMED prior to nomination.

All early assurance candidates must possess an AAMC ID and have completed the CASPer test offered through Altus Assessments prior to scheduling interviews with NEOMED. NEOMED must be in receipt of Altus Assessment suite CASPer results in order for a candidate to schedule an interview with NEOMED as part of the early assurance evaluation process. Once in receipt of early assurance status for a designated year of matriculation, candidates will apply to NEOMED through AMCAS for the admission cycle associated with the year they intend to matriculate to the M.D. program at NEOMED. Candidates will be assigned the year of application by their partner institution. Candidates are expected to meet or exceed all of the NEOMED admission standards to gain admission to NEOMED.

Note: High School grades are not considered for Early Assurance. 

Contact

For admission questions pertaining to the College of Medicine, email jthompson@neomed.edu

For admission questions pertaining to the College of Pharmacy, email kjeroski@neomed.edu

For questions pertaining to interviews, email mmunger@neomed.edu

Thank you.

Application Assistance

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