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University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Fall 2009 Admissions Information  
Application fee $50
AMCAS application accepted No
Early application deadline 07/01
Application deadline 11/01
Secondary application required No
Personal interview required Yes
Regular application acceptance notification begins 01/15
Regular application acceptance notification ends 08/02
Number of weeks within which students must respond to offers of admission 4
Deferred entrance available Yes
Deposit is due X
Early decision plan for admission offered No
Early decision plan application period begins N/A
Early decision plan application period ends N/A
Early decision plan notification date N/A
Fall 2007 Admissions Statistics  
Total admissions data 301 applied, 149 interviewed, 86 were accepted, 62 enrolled
In-state admissions data 142 applied, 100 interviewed, 59 were accepted, 46 enrolled
Out-state admissions data 159 applied, 49 interviewed, 27 were accepted, 16 enrolled
Women admissions data 155 applied, 65 interviewed, 40 were accepted, 25 enrolled
Minor admissions data 30 applied, 13 interviewed, 13 were accepted, 7 enrolled
International admissions data N/A
2007 Average undergraduate GPA 3.7
2007 Average MCAT score 9.0
2007 Average biological MCAT score 9.4
2007 Average physical sciences MCAT score 8.8
2007 Average verbal reasoning MCAT score 8.9
2007 Average writing MCAT score N
Undergraduate Majors  
Required undergraduate coursework biology/zoology, English, organic chemistry, inorganic (general) chemistry, physics, mathematics, behavioral science, general chemistry
Percent of entering class with undergraduate major in biological science 50.0 %
Percent of entering class with undergraduate major in physical science 15.8 %
Percent of entering class with undergraduate major in social sciences/humanities 21.1 %
Percent of entering class with undergraduate major in other health professions 6.6 %
Percent of entering class with undergraduate major in mixed disciplines, double majors, and other areas of study 6.6 %
Combined Degree Programs  
Combined college/M.D. program offered No
Number of years to complete combined college/M.D. program N/A
Combined college/M.D. program URL N/A
Selection Factors  
Details on the policies, preferences, criteria, factors and procedures used in the M.D. admission process
Admissions policies and procedures North Dakota residents and applicants certified by WICHE receive preference. Residents of Minnesota and others with a ND connection also are considered. Enrolled members of federally recognized tribes, regardless of state of residency, may apply through the INMED Program. Applicants who have completed an undergraduate degree and are broadly educated in the sciences and humanities are preferred


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