This blog lists the medical schools located in Hawaii and outlines some features of the state which you should consider if you are applying to a medical school in Hawaii.

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Hawaii's warm weather and outdoor activities make it a draw for visitors from all over the world. As a medical student studying there, you will enjoy the small class size, and exposure to medicine in a much different climate from the rest of the United States.

Medical Schools in Hawaii:

• University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine – Location: Honolulu, HI

The School’s basic mission is to teach and train high-quality physicians, biomedical scientists, and allied health workers for Hawaiʻi and the Pacific. The John A. Burns School of Medicine receives roughly 2000 applicants that compete for roughly 80 available positions.

Prerequisite courses

  • Two semesters of general biology (with lab)
  • Two semesters of general physics (with lab)
  • Two semesters of general chemistry (with lab)
  • Two semesters of organic chemistry (with lab)
  • One semester of biochemistry (lab not required)

Admission statistics

  • Average accepted GPA: 3.76
  • Average accepted MCAT: 511

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Is there a chance of getting into any Medical schools in US with gpa 3.1 and MCAT score of 510 with excellent volunteering experience and extracurriculars and medical related experience


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