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Admission Comparison Between Best Medical Schools

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Acceptance Rate and Application Statistics

The following table compares the admission related statistics including number of applicants, admitted, and enrolled between best Medical schools. The average acceptance rate of best Medical schools is 8.03% and the average admission yield (enrollment rate) is 57.72%.
Stanford University has the tighest (lowest) acceptance rate of 3.95% and Harvard University has the highest yield (enrollment rate) of 84.17% among best Medical schools. The numbers in parenthesis() in below table represent the number and rate by gender (men/women). The statistics is based on the latest data from IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education for academic year 2021-2022.
Admission Stats Comparison Between Best Medical Schools
Name ApplicantsAdmittedEnrolledAcceptance RateEnrollment Rate
University of California-San FranciscoNo admission statistics available for the school.
Yale University47,240 (20,441/26,799) 2,509 (1,170/1,339) 1,786 (799/987) 5% (6%/5%) 71% (68%/4%)
University of Chicago37,974 (17,513/20,445) 2,460 (1,254/1,206) 2,053 (1,067/986) 6% (7%/6%) 83% (85%/5%)
Johns Hopkins University39,515 (17,214/22,301) 2,972 (1,256/1,716) 1,420 (606/814) 8% (7%/8%) 48% (48%/4%)
Harvard University57,786 (26,981/30,805) 2,318 (1,100/1,218) 1,951 (925/1,026) 4% (4%/4%) 84% (84%/3%)
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor79,743 (40,378/39,365) 16,071 (7,224/8,847) 7,290 (3,277/4,013) 20% (18%/22%) 45% (45%/10%)
Washington University in St Louis33,634 (15,252/18,382) 4,373 (2,060/2,313) 1,980 (910/1,070) 13% (14%/13%) 45% (44%/6%)
Columbia University in the City of New York61,110 (25,463/35,647) 2,524 (1,231/1,293) 1,641 (808/833) 4% (5%/4%) 65% (66%/2%)
Duke University49,703 (23,096/26,607) 2,927 (1,309/1,618) 1,744 (777/967) 6% (6%/6%) 60% (59%/4%)
University of Pennsylvania56,332 (26,640/29,692) 3,304 (1,505/1,799) 2,418 (1,103/1,315) 6% (6%/6%) 73% (73%/4%)
Stanford University55,471 (28,332/27,139) 2,190 (1,068/1,122) 1,757 (861/896) 4% (4%/4%) 80% (81%/3%)
Average51,851 (24,131/24,131)4,165 (1,918/2,247)2,404 (1,113/1,291)8.03% (7.9%/9.3%)57.72% (58.1%/57.4%)

SAT Scores Comparison

The average SAT score of 25th percentile is 1,481 and 75th percentile is 1,572 for best Medical schools. By subject, the average score of the SAT Evidence-based Reading and Writing is 750 and the average SAT Math score is 777.
has the highest SAT scores of -1 and has the lowest SAT scores of 1,000,000 among best Medical schools. The following table compares SAT Scores between best Medical schools for academic year 2021-2022.
SAT Score Comparison Between Best Medical Schools
NameSubmit%*
(Submit#**)
Evidence-Based Reading and WritingMath
25th 175th 225th 175th 2
University of California-San FranciscoNo applicants have submitted SAT score or the school did not report its score distribution.
Yale University54%
(965)
730780750800
University of Chicago49%
(1,011)
740780770800
Johns Hopkins UniversityTest Scores Neither required nor recommended for applying to the school.
Harvard University54%
(1,049)
730780750800
University of Michigan-Ann ArborTest Scores are recommended to submit for applying to the school, but no data is available/reported.
Washington University in St Louis25%
(501)
730770760800
Columbia University in the City of New York43%
(704)
720770750800
Duke University47%
(823)
725765743793
University of Pennsylvania49%
(1,183)
720770760800
Stanford University15%
(271)
720770750800
Average42.00% 726.88773.13 754.13799.13

*Number of first-time degree/certificate-seeking students submitting SAT scores.

**Percent of first-time degree/certificate-seeking students submitting SAT scores.

125th Percentile: 25% of students scored at or below.

275th Percentile: 25% of students scored above.

ACT Scores Comparison

The average ACT score of 25th percentile is 100 and 75th percentile is 106 for best Medical schools. By subject, the average ACT Composite score is 34, the average ACT English score is 35, and the average ACT Math score is 33.
has the highest ACT scores of -1 and has the lowest ACT scores of 1,000,000 among best Medical schools. The following table compares ACT Scores between best Medical schools for academic year 2021-2022.
ACT Score Comparison Between Best Medical Schools
NameSubmit%*
(Submit#**)
CompositeEnglishMath
25th 175th 225th 175th 2 25th 175th 2
University of California-San FranciscoNo applicants have submitted ACT score or the school did not report its score distribution.
Yale University35%
(625)
3335 35363135
University of Chicago35%
(711)
3335 34363135
Johns Hopkins UniversityTest Scores Neither required nor recommended for applying to the school.
Harvard University31%
(604)
3336 35363235
University of Michigan-Ann ArborTest Scores are recommended to submit for applying to the school, but no data is available/reported.
Washington University in St Louis41%
(806)
3335 34363135
Columbia University in the City of New York28%
(464)
3435 35363235
Duke University46%
(810)
3335 34363235
University of Pennsylvania30%
(732)
3335 35363335
Stanford University11%
(186)
3435 35363133
Average32.13% 33.2535.13 34.6336.00 31.6334.75

*Number of first-time degree/certificate-seeking students submitting SAT scores.

**Percent of first-time degree/certificate-seeking students submitting SAT scores.

125th Percentile: 25% of students scored at or below.

275th Percentile: 25% of students scored above.

Application Requirements

The following table list and compare the requirements when applying best Medical schools based on academic year 2021-2022 data.
Application Requirements Comparison Between Best Medical Schools
NameHS GPAHS RankHS Record Prep. ProgramRec.Compe.SAT/ACTTOEFL
University of California-San FranciscoInformation about requirements for applying to school is not available.
Yale University
University of Chicago
Johns Hopkins University
Harvard University
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Washington University in St Louis
Columbia University in the City of New York
Duke University
University of Pennsylvania
Stanford University

: Required : Considered but not Required : Recommended : Neither Required nor Recommended

  • HS GPA: High School or Secondary School GPA
  • HS Rank: High School or Secondary School Rank
  • HS Record: High School or Secondary School Record
  • Prep. Program: Completion of College Preparatory Program
  • Rec.: Recommendations
  • Comp.: Formal demonstration of competencies (e.g., portfolios, certificates of mastery, assessment instruments)