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medical school applicants

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Reality Check

More than 50,000 people apply each year and less than half get in.

The Numbers

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52,777 applied during the 2018-19 admissions cycle.

Applicants applied to an average of > 16 medical schools.

60% of applicants were rejected from all of their chosen schools.

Getting in is About More Than GPA & MCAT

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More than 10% of applicants with the highest GPAs and MCATs are rejected from every school where they apply.

Planning & Preparation are Essential

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Competitive medical school applicants tend to have:

  • appropriate GPA & MCAT for selected schools;
  • rich and relevant experiences;
  • a personal statement that connects why you want to become a doctor with what you have experienced/accomplished; and,
  • letters of recommendation that confirm and even add to your story.

Meet the Founder

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Adam Lowrance, PhD

I have worked at public and private universities across the country. Since 2013 I have focused on medical school admissions. Some of the accomplishments I am most proud of include:

  • evaluated and made admissions decisions on more than 15,000 medical school applicants
  • designed and built an applicant selection process for one of the largest medical schools
  • focused my doctoral research on the AMCAS primary application (visit the Articles page for links to my dissertation, blog posts, and other works). 

I now help students become competitive medical school applicants.

To learn more about me, please visit the About page.

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