MCAT Scoring and Your Chances

of Medical School Admission

What are my chances of getting accepted into med school?

  • My GPA
  • My MCAT Score
  •   My Chance

Your overall undergraduate GPA

out of 4.0

Your cumulative numerical MCAT score

out of 528

Chance of being accepted*

* *Please note: to properly interpret your results, keep in mind the following: (1) these are average statistics based on US rates of medical school admissions in the last 5 years; (2) the above does not reveal the variations between specific universities or colleges: keep in mind that some medical schools may be far more competitive than others; (3) it is unclear if medical schools will use new MCAT scores in the same way in the future as they have done in the past. The calculation above is based on the assumption that cumulative MCAT scores will continue to be used in a similar manner as recent history; (4) The overall statistical chance of admissions to medical school, though correlates best with numerical achievement in recent history, also varies based on personal experience. Such experience is transmitted through various tools of the admissions process. This non-academic part of medical school admissions can be revealed through your Personal Statement, letters of reference and the medical school interview. Consult the admissions information for the specific medical schools which interest you to determine the weight given to the different aspects of the admissions process. Average US MCAT Scores; Average Canadian MCAT Scores.

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