One of the main reasons students choose BS/MD programs is to avoid the dreaded and hyper-competitive application process to medical schools. And a part of that process is the MCAT exam. There are schools who require the MCAT and there are schools which don’t.
Here is a list of some BS/MD Programs which don’t require the MCATs:
- Brown University PLME
- Case Western Reserve University
- Eastern Carolina University
- Northwestern University
- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute/Albany Medical College
- Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education
- St. Bonaventure University/George Washington School of Medicine
- Siena College/Albany Medical College
- Texas Tech University
- Union College/Albany Medical College
- University of California – San Diego
- University of Missouri Kansas City
- University of Pittsburgh
- University of Rochester
- University of Sciences in Philadelphia/Commonwealth Medical College
- University of Texas Dallas/University of Teas Southwestern
- University of Toledo
- Washington University
Many of our clients prefer these schools, however, I encourage them to consider BS/MD programs not just based on their MCAT requirement. As a result of our successful admissions strategies we know that, in the end, our client-parents can call their children “Dr” in their senior year of high school.
“Admissions is a competitive sport! Why gamble with uncertainty?” – Dr. Paul Lowe
Dr. Paul Reginald Lowe is the managing director of Pinnacle Educational Center Admissions Advisors Group network. He and his team of admissions advisors, through the admissions affiliate, BS/MD Admissions Advisors, help high school students get accepted to BS/MD programs. Many of Dr. Lowe’s BS/MD Admissions client are international students want to attend medical schools from high school and then entire U.S. medical residency sub-specialties. Summer Camps: BS/MD Application Boot Camp. Special program: BS/MD Application Tune-Up.