Medical School Admissions

Prior Class Profile

The prior class profile for this pathway are:

Overall GPA
(middle 50% of acceptances)

Average GPA

(Biology, Chemistry, Physics & Math)
(middle 50% of acceptances)

Average BCPM

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 2020-2021 application cycle are as follows. Successful applicants should plan to meet or exceed all of the following:

  • Minimum 3.4 GPA and a 3.4 BCPM GPA (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics) at the time of application consideration.
  • Completion of 20 semester hours of successful (“C -” or better if graded) BCPM coursework at the time of application consideration.
  • ACT Composite score for application consideration of 26 (or the SAT equivalent using current ACT concordance tables). Or, as an alternate condition to fulfill this ACT requirement, applicants who are in good standing in their college/university’s designated honors’ college/program at the time of application may be considered in place of the minimum ACT Composite requirement. Note: applicants may also re-take the ACT provided scores are received by the application deadline.
  • Complete one academic year of full-time study in an undergraduate degree granting program at a partner college/university and attain a minimum of sophomore class standing at the time of application. Class standing may include credit from AP, College Credit Plus, CLEP credit, and other completed course work.

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


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