Matriculation rate doesn't matter much. Schools have ways to over shot the actual number. Since a large amount of premeds might drop out, and there is no way to find the stats behind that, the rate is useless. If more students drop out of premed than matriculate into med school (even if 90% of those who don't drop out make it), thats means the program weeds out applicants, or is just too challenging. Also matriculation rate can take into account going to foreign and D.O programs. And you dont know how much times they had to apply to get accepted neither. So it all boils down to your personal preference.
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