Yale Medical School Acceptance Rate, Requirements and Statistics

Updated: April 3, 2020

How To Get Into Yale School of Medicine's MD Program:

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Yale Medical School Mission Statement

Yale Medical School Curriculum

Yale Medical School Acceptance Rate

Yale Medical School Prerequisites

Yale Medical School Contact Info

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Yale Medical School Mission Statement:

The mission of Yale School of Medicine is to educate and inspire scholars and future leaders who will advance the practice of medicine and the biomedical sciences.

Yale Medical School Curriculum:

Yale's medical school operates based on semesters. For 3 semesters, the Basic & Clinical Science Curriculum includes 8 Master Courses, 3 Longitudinal Courses, and 9 Longitudinal Threads. Integrated Clinical Clerkships begin in January of the 2nd year.

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Yale Medical School Acceptance Rate:

Success rate (Overall): 1.8%

Success rate (In-State): 2.2%

Success rate (Out-of-State): 1.8%

Success rate (International): 1.7%

Average Accepted GPA: 3.92

Average Accepted MCAT Scores: 522 (Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems: 130; CARS: 130; Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems: 131; Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior: 131)

Yale Medical School Prerequisites:

At least three academic years completed at an accredited college or university.

2 semesters of each of the following, with lab work: general biology, general chemistry, general physics

1 semester of each of the following: organic chemistry (with lab), biochemistry (lab highly recommended, but not required)

Yale Medical School Contact Info:

Website: https://medicine.yale.edu/education/admissions/

Email: medical.admissions [at] yale.edu

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