The MCAT is just one of the principal elements used when considering whether a person should be admitted into medical school. However, getting a high score doesn’t necessarily mean you’re on your way to becoming a great doctor. So, what are the factors that show how well a potential medical student may do as a medical student? Here are some stats. MCAT’s Impact on Medical School Success Stats from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) show that in 2018-2019: Students who enrolled into medical schools averaged 511.2 on the MCAT 98% of students who scored between 510-513 on the MCAT advanced from first year to second year med students 94% of those … Continue reading Is Your Med School Success Directly Affected by Your MCAT Scores?
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