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Eastern Virginia Medical School

Introduction

Program
Email
Phone
MD Program
evms_admissions@evms.edu
(757) 446-5812
Diversity contact (Ms. Gail Williams M.A.)
diversity@evms.edu
(757) 446-5689
Address
Eastern Virginia Med Sch, Office of Admissions, 700 W. Olney Road, Norfolk, VA 23507-2007 USA

Mission Statement

Eastern Virginia Medical School is an academic health center dedicated to achieving excellence in medical and health professions education, research and patient care. We value creating and fostering a diverse and cohesive faculty, professional staff and student body as the surest way to achieve our mission. Adhering to the highest ethical standards, we will strive to improve the health of our community and to be recognized as a national center of intellectual and clinical strength in medicine and Health Professions. Our commitment to ensuring institutional effectiveness is demonstrated by the continuous assessment processes we use to improve program performance and student learning outcomes.

Acceptance Data

Overall Acceptance Rate
2.6%
Overall Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
22.8%
In-state Acceptance Rate
7.2%
In-state Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
21.2%
Out-of-state Acceptance Rate
1.3%
Out-of-state Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
19%

Enrollment, Degrees and Demographics

Total Current
Degrees Offered
Medically Underserved Population
Black
White
Asian
606
MD, MD/MBA, MD/MPH
16%
13.9%
52.3%
23.8%

Sex

Females
46%

Tuition

$ 0
In-State
$ 0
Out-of-State

Participation During PreMed

Percentage of students receiving financial aid?
90%
Average debt owed prior to starting medical school?
$227,043

Selection Factors

GPA (median)

All Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.72
3.67

In-State Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.75
3.68

Out-of-State Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.71
3.64

MCAT (median)

All Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
512
128
127
128
129

In-State Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
514
128
128
129
129

Out-of-State Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
512
128
127
128
129

Primary Application Data

0
Applications Received
0
Invited for an Interview
0
Matriculated
Number Waitlisted
% Accepted off Waitlist
60-70
30
Applied as disasdvantaged status?
10%

Secondary Application

Required
Sent To
Fee
Deadline
Yes
Screened
$100
02/15/2021
  • Please click HERE for the secondary prompts for this school
  • Please click HERE for templates of secondary essays

Interview Data (146 responses)

Interviews Sent
Format
Length
August
Panel interviews
45 minutes
Interview Experience
Surprised by Interview Invite?
Yes 45%
Was the admissions office responsive and communicated efficiently?
Yes 58%
Would you characterize the inteviews as friendly and informal?
Yes 44%
Did your interviewer discuss research?
Yes 46%
Did your interviewer discuss your academic performance?
Yes 35%
Did your interviewer discuss your clinical/volunteer experience?
Yes 45%

Stress Level During Interview

Match List (Last Available Year)

Percentage completing competitive* residency?
18%

* Competitive residency defined by students from the graduating class entering plastic surgery, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, urology, dermatology, ophthalmology, general surgery or otolaryngology.

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Introduction

Program
Email
Phone
MD Program
N/A
N/A
Diversity contact (Dr. Donna Jackson)
donna.jackson@vcuhealth.org
(804) 828-9630
Address
N/A

Mission Statement

The mission of the School of Medicine is to provide eminent education to physicans and scientists, and to improve the quality of health care for humanity. Through the use of innovative, scholarly activity and a diverse educational context, the School seeks to create new knowledge, and to provide and continuously improve systems of medical and science education. Furthermore, it is our mission to develop more effective health care methods to address the needs of the diverse populations we serve, and to provide distinguished leadership in the advancement of medicine and science.

Acceptance Data

Overall Acceptance Rate
2.5%
Overall Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
29%
In-state Acceptance Rate
9%
In-state Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
26.7%
Out-of-state Acceptance Rate
1%
Out-of-state Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
22.8%

Enrollment, Degrees and Demographics

Total Current
Degrees Offered
Medically Underserved Population
Black
White
Asian
848
MD, BS/MD, MD/PhD
15%
8.1%
43.4%
35.3%

Sex

Females
53%

Tuition

$ 0
In-State
$ 0
Out-of-State

Participation During PreMed

Percentage of students receiving financial aid?
75%
Average debt owed prior to starting medical school?
$193,920

Selection Factors

GPA (median)

All Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.79
3.75

In-State Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.78
3.72

Out-of-State Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.79
3.76

MCAT (median)

All Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
513
128
127
128
129

In-State Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
514
128
128
129
129

Out-of-State Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
513
128
127
128
129

Primary Application Data

0
Applications Received
0
Invited for an Interview
0
Matriculated
Number Waitlisted
% Accepted off Waitlist
100
75
Applied as disasdvantaged status?
10%

Secondary Application

Required
Sent To
Fee
Deadline
Yes
Screened
$80
2 weeks
  • Please click HERE for the secondary prompts for this school
  • Please click HERE for templates of secondary essays

Interview Data (153 responses)

Interviews Sent
Format
Length
July
MMI
N/A
Interview Experience
Surprised by Interview Invite?
Yes 66%
Was the admissions office responsive and communicated efficiently?
Yes 45%
Would you characterize the inteviews as friendly and informal?
Yes 45%
Did your interviewer discuss research?
Yes 39%
Did your interviewer discuss your academic performance?
Yes 39%
Did your interviewer discuss your clinical/volunteer experience?
Yes 42%

Stress Level During Interview

Match List (Last Available Year)

Percentage completing competitive* residency?
20%

* Competitive residency defined by students from the graduating class entering plastic surgery, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, urology, dermatology, ophthalmology, general surgery or otolaryngology.

Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

Introduction

Program
Email
Phone
MD Program
vtcadmissions@vt.edu
(540) 526-2560
Diversity contact (Dr. Karen Eley Sanders)
kesande1@vt.edu
(540) 231-5499
Address
Virginia Tech Carilion SOM, 2 Riverside Circle, Roanoke, VA 24016-4950 USA

Mission Statement

VTC’s mission is to develop physician thought leaders through inquiry, research and discovery, using an innovative curriculum based on adult learning methods in a patient-centered context. Our graduates will be physicians with outstanding clinical skills and significantly enhanced research capabilities who will remain life-long learners. The VTC physician will have an understanding of the importance of interprofessionalism to enable them to thrive in a modern healthcare team

Acceptance Data

Overall Acceptance Rate
1.4%
Overall Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
20%
In-state Acceptance Rate
1.2%
In-state Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
13.6%
Out-of-state Acceptance Rate
0.9%
Out-of-state Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
13.4%

Enrollment, Degrees and Demographics

Total Current
Degrees Offered
Medically Underserved Population
Black
White
Asian
174
MD, MD/MPH, MD/MBA, MD/PhD
30%
9.3%
55.8%
27.9%

Sex

Females
60%

Tuition

$ 0
In-State
$ 0
Out-of-State

Participation During PreMed

Percentage of students receiving financial aid?
100%
Average debt owed prior to starting medical school?
$217,895

Selection Factors

GPA (median)

All Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.62
3.51

In-State Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.56
3.50

Out-of-State Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.63
3.51

MCAT (median)

All Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
513
128
128
128
129

In-State Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
512
128
128
128
129

Out-of-State Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
513
128
128
128
129

Primary Application Data

0
Applications Received
0
Invited for an Interview
0
Matriculated
Number Waitlisted
% Accepted off Waitlist
50-60
30
Applied as disasdvantaged status?
16%

Secondary Application

Required
Sent To
Fee
Deadline
Yes
Screened
$70
1/1/2021
  • Please click HERE for the secondary prompts for this school
  • Please click HERE for templates of secondary essays

Interview Data (138 responses)

Interviews Sent
Format
Length
Early August
MMI
30 minutes
Interview Experience
Surprised by Interview Invite?
Yes 66%
Was the admissions office responsive and communicated efficiently?
Yes 35%
Would you characterize the inteviews as friendly and informal?
Yes 40%
Did your interviewer discuss research?
Yes 39%
Did your interviewer discuss your academic performance?
Yes 41%
Did your interviewer discuss your clinical/volunteer experience?
Yes 45%

Stress Level During Interview

Match List (Last Available Year)

Percentage completing competitive* residency?
N/A

* Competitive residency defined by students from the graduating class entering plastic surgery, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, urology, dermatology, ophthalmology, general surgery or otolaryngology.

University of Virginia School of Medicine

Introduction

Program
Email
Phone
MD Program
SOMADM@virginia.edu
(434) 924-5571
Diversity contact (Gregory Townsend M.D.)
gct2r@virginia.edu
(434) 924-1867
Address
University of Virginia SOM, Medical School Admissions Office, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 22908-0816 USA

Mission Statement

Our mission is to educate students to fulfill the need for practitioners and scientists; to provide cost-effective, high-quality patient care at primary, secondary, and tertiary levels; to produce new knowledge required to advance health by conducting research; and to provide public service as needed by citizens or by public jurisdictions.

 

Acceptance Data

Overall Acceptance Rate
3.6%
Overall Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
30.2%
In-state Acceptance Rate
8.2%
In-state Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
50.7%
Out-of-state Acceptance Rate
2.2%
Out-of-state Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
19.7%

Enrollment, Degrees and Demographics

Total Current
Degrees Offered
Medically Underserved Population
Black
White
Asian
673
MD, MD/PhD, MD/MPH, MD/MBA, MD/JD
19%
13.4%
61.4%
23%

Sex

Females
52%

Tuition

$ 0
In-State
$ 0
Out-of-State

Participation During PreMed

Percentage of students receiving financial aid?
79%
Average debt owed prior to starting medical school?
$164,835

Selection Factors

GPA (median)

All Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.91
3.91

In-State Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.88
3.87

Out-of-State Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.93
3.92

MCAT (median)

All Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
519
130
129
130
131

In-State Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
518
130
129
130
130

Out-of-State Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
520
130
129
130
131

Primary Application Data

0
Applications Received
0
Invited for an Interview
0
Matriculated
Number Waitlisted
% Accepted off Waitlist
50-60
20
Applied as disasdvantaged status?
7%

Secondary Application

Required
Sent To
Fee
Deadline
Yes
All
$80
December 15, 2020
  • Please click HERE for the secondary prompts for this school
  • Please click HERE for templates of secondary essays

Interview Data (93 responses)

Interviews Sent
Format
Length
July 15th
1:1
30 minutes
Interview Experience
Surprised by Interview Invite?
Yes 28%
Was the admissions office responsive and communicated efficiently?
Yes 33%
Would you characterize the inteviews as friendly and informal?
Yes 45%
Did your interviewer discuss research?
Yes 48%
Did your interviewer discuss your academic performance?
Yes 30%
Did your interviewer discuss your clinical/volunteer experience?
Yes 45%

Stress Level During Interview

Match List (Last Available Year)

Percentage completing competitive* residency?
13%

* Competitive residency defined by students from the graduating class entering plastic surgery, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, urology, dermatology, ophthalmology, general surgery or otolaryngology.