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Contacts

Website: http://brown.edu/academics/medical/admission
Phone: 401 863-2149
Admissions e-mail: MedSchool_Admissions@brown.edu

Program Information

  • Doctor of Medicine (MD)
  • 4 years in length
  • International students are eligible to apply.

Admission statistics

  • Total number of secondary application: 6374
  • Applicants interviewed for 2016-2017: 370
  • Class of 2020: 144

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Admission Requirements

Course and Degree Requirements

Degree: Bachelor's degree required
Required Courses:

  • Quantitative Reasoning one course in calculus or statistics (biostatistics preferred)
  • Biology - two courses with a grade of B or higher, covering cell biology and genetics (lab experience is highly recommended)
  • Chemistry - two courses in general (inorganic) chemistry, one course in organic chemistry, and one course in biochemistry
  • Physics - two-course sequence covering mechanics, heat, electricity, optics, and radiation physics

Recommended Courses:

  • Writing While there is no specific course requirement, strong writing skills are expected. Courses that involve substantial expository writing (e.g., English, philosophy, history) can enhance writing skills.


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GPA

  • Minimum: 3.0 (4.0 scale)
  • GPA Range of Class 2020: 3.13 - 4.0

MCAT

  • Minimum scores:
    • There are no minimum score requirement for application
  • New MCAT Median of class 2020: 513
  • Old MCAT Average:
    • Biological Sciences Test Average: 11.2
    • Physical Sciences Test Average: 11
    • Verbal Reasoning Test Average: 10.5
  • Composite scores range: 26 - 39
  • Latest test score date:since January 2014 (i.e., three years prior to 2017 matriculation).

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Supporting Documents

  • Secondary application fee: $100 USD
  • Official Transcript
  • Letters of recommendation (EITHER one composite recommendation from your undergraduate school’s premedical committee OR three individual letters of recommendation from your premedical or research adviser, professors at the institution where you last studied, or other individuals of your choice)

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Evaluation

  • GPA
  • MCAT
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • Commitment to Medicine
  • Research Experience
  • Unique Attributes
  • Clinical Experience
  • Life experience
  • Leadership quality
  • GPA

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Interview

  • Every Thursday and most Fridays, September through February
    • All applicants notified by end of March for interviews
  • Interview session with members of the Admissions Committee.

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Timeline

  • November 1, 2016: Application deadline
  • December 1, 2016 – Secondary Application, Letters of recommendation deadline
  • September, 2016- February, 2017: Interview notification for those under further consideration
  • Acceptance in Rolling basis

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Tuition 2016-2017

  • First year tuition: $55,552 USD
  • Other fees: $4,476 USD

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For more information about financial aid, click here

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