If you are looking to apply to Temple medical school (Lewis Katz School of Medicine), then you've come to the right place! In this blog, we will explore Temple medical school admission statistics, requirements, and tips that will help you get accepted!

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How to Get into Temple Medical School (Lewis Katz School of Medicine)

Mission statement

“Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University is dedicated to excellence in education, research and patient care, achieved by faculty, staff and learners who represent and serve our diverse society. The School provides: - Education that is patient-centered, instilling in learners the School's ethic of human service and lifelong learning; - Research that advances and integrates basic and clinical science; - Patient care that is administered with compassion and understanding, utilizing contemporary knowledge and techniques.”

Academic Curriculum

  • Years I & II: IC curriculum
  • Year III & IV: Clinical


  • Yes, all students are required to complete a scholarly activity.

Admissions statistics

  • Success rate (Overall): 1.93%
  • Success rate (In-State): 5.90%
  • Success rate (Out-of-State): 1.37%
  • Success rate (International): 1.64%
  • Average Accepted GPA: 3.79
  • Average Accepted MCAT Scores: 512

Required Courses

  • Biology (1 year with lab)
  • Chemistry (1 year Organic Chemistry with Lab, 1 year Inorganic Chemistry with lab)
  • Physics (1 year with lab)
  • Humanities (1 year)

Contact information

Main site:  https://medicine.temple.edu/education/md-program/how-apply

Admissions contact email: [email protected]

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