U.S. News posted a list of the most selective med schools, 10 medical programs that have an average acceptance rate of 3.3%.
Here are the toughest med schools to get into, plus a few stats about their acceptance rates:
|Med School||No. of Applicants||No. of Acceptances||Acceptance Rate||US News Rank (Research)||US News Rank (Primary Care)|
|George Washington University (DC)||14,700||316||2.1%||57||Ranked in bottom 1/4|
|Mayo Medical School (MN)||4,081||85||2.1%||27||19|
|Stanford University (CA)||6,810||189||2.8%||2||62|
|Wake Forest University (NC)||8,161||256||3.1%||45||19|
|Brown University – Alpert (RI)||6,782||228||3.4%||31||24|
|Georgetown University (DC)||11,733||398||3.4%||48||72|
|Harvard University (MA)||5,804||226||3.9%||1||14|
|UC San Francisco (CA)||6,926||273||3.9%||4||4|
|Columbia University (NY)||7,466||309||4.1%||8||49|
|UCLA Geffen (CA)||6,771||279||4.1%||13||11|
See the U.S. News article for more details.
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