Are you applying to Tufts medical school? In this blog, you will learn Tufts medical school acceptance rates, admission requirements, and tips for how to get in!
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Tufts Medical School - Mission Statement:
“The mission of Tufts University School of Medicine is to promote human health. We will fulfill our mission by emphasizing rigorous fundamentals while stimulating innovation as we: educate, in a dynamic learning environment, physicians, scientists, and public health professionals to become leaders in their fields; contribute to the advancement of the sciences basic to medicine through discovery, research, scholarship, and communication, and join with our partner institutions to provide the best care to our patients and communities.”
Tufts Medical School - Curriculum:
- Years I & II: Pre-Clinical
- Year III: Clerkship
- Year IV: Electives
Tufts Medical School - Research:
- No research or thesis required during medical school.
Tufts Medical School - Admissions Statistics:
- Success rate (Overall): 1.91%
- Success rate (In-State): 5.71%
- Success rate (Out-of-State): 1.56%
- Success rate (International): 0%
- Average Accepted GPA: 3.74
- Average Accepted MCAT Scores: 513
Tufts Medical School - Required Courses:
- Biology (1 year with lab)
- Chemistry (2 years made up of Inorganic and Organic, both with labs)
- Physics (1 year with lab)
- English (recommended)
- Social/Behavioural Science (2 courses recommended)
Tufts Medical School - Contact Information:
Admissions contact email: med-admissions [at] tufts.edu
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