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How to Get into Albany Medical School

Mission statement

“The mission of the Albany Medical College is to: educate medical students, physicians, bio-medical scientists, and other health professionals from demographically diverse backgrounds to meet future primary and specialty health care needs; foster biomedical research that leads to scientific advances and improvement of public health; and provide a broad range of patient services.”

Academic Curriculum

  • Years I & II: Pre-Clinical
  • Year III: Clerkship
  • Year IV: Electives

Research

  • No research or thesis required during medical school.

Admissions statistics

  • Success rate (Overall): 1.40%
  • Success rate (In-State): 2.53%
  • Success rate (Out-of-State): 1.12%
  • Success rate (International): 0%
  • Average Accepted GPA: 3.68
  • Average Accepted MCAT Scores: 510

Required Courses

  • Biology (1 year with lab)
  • Chemistry (1 year Inorganic Chemistry with lab, 1 year Organic Chemistry with lab)
  • Physics (1 year with lab)
  • Social/Behavioural Science (2 courses recommended)
  • Calculus (1 semester)

Contact information

Main site:  http://www.amc.edu/academic/Undergraduate_Admissions/

Admissions contact email: [email protected]

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