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Medical School Acceptance Rates

Pre-medPre-med Registered User Posts: 2 New Member

I was wondering if anyone would know, or know where, I could find the acceptance rates for pre-medical students graduating from Berea College to medical school. For some reason, I can't seem to find them anywhere. I just need to know the percentage of pre-med students from Berea that are accepted to medical school. I will be entering Berea College this fall as a pre-med student. I also know how competitive medical school acceptance is, so this is an issue for me.

Also, if anyone would know what the chances of acceptance from a school like Berea to a school like Washington University in St. Louis would be for a transfer student.

Thank you for any help you can give.

Also if anyone has any advice on Berea as a college in general, please tell me. So far I have recieved mixed reviews.
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Replies to: Medical School Acceptance Rates

  • FiyeroFiyero Registered User Posts: 783 Member
    Have you tried calling someone at Berea College and asking?
  • Pre-medPre-med Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    Yes. They said they don't have the information available. I wouldn't have posted if I hadn't asked them first hand.
  • barronsbarrons Registered User Posts: 24,631 Senior Member
    Most schools do not keep this data or if they do they filter it heavily to make the stats look better. For instance they might not provide help with apps for less than stellar students.
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