All candidates are required to take the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT). For the 2017-18 application cycle, you must have taken the MCAT between January 2015 and September 2017 to be eligible for consideration. NOTE: January 2015 is the only “old” MCAT test score that will be accepted. Occasionally, an applicant will inquire if an exception to these test deadlines can be considered. In fairness to all applicants, we cannot make any exceptions to these posted test completion date requirements.
Pre-medical Course Requirements
It is strongly recommended applicants successfully complete undergraduate college work leading to a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college of arts and sciences in the United States or Canada. However, all courses offered in satisfaction of the pre-medical course requirements for admission must have been taken or be in progress at, or accepted as transfer credits by, an accredited college in the United States or Canada, and must be acceptable to that institution toward a baccalaureate degree in arts or sciences. This includes advanced placement courses taken in high school.
The admissions committee has no preference for a major field of undergraduate study, but any college work submitted must include the following specified courses in English, Biology, Physics, and Chemistry. (Although not required, some upper level science courses with laboratory work are strongly recommended).
Any applicant who has had scholastic difficulty in any medical school or has previously withdrawn or been dismissed from any medical school is ineligible to apply.