Can I get into medical school with a 3.6 GPA?
Many medical schools require that you have at least a 3.0 minimum GPA to even apply to medical school. For those who have a GPA between 3.6 and 3.8, the chances of getting into a medical school increase to 47%. 66% of applicants with a GPA greater or equal to 3.8 get accepted into medical school.
Can I get into med school with a 504 MCAT?
To guarantee success in med school, all you need is a 504. There is no meaningful difference in success rates (both in graduation and at the USMLE) of applicants scoring between a 504 MCAT and a 528. In other words, just proving that you are good enough to make it through medical school is NOT enough to get accepted.
Can I get into med school with a 499?
But a 499 is a lethal score for almost all MD schools, and telling people that some folks just can’t do better than that so they had better do something incredible like get a Purple Heart is counterproductive.
Is GPA or MCAT more important?
But, the easy answer is: MCAT. Some med schools believe that GPA is a better indicator of future success because it measures your work ethic and determination. However, your MCAT score is the only factor that is completely objective. It is the only factor that can compare all students evenly.