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ED/EA for BA/MD OR BS/MD

greenring16greenring16 Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
edited March 2008 in Multiple Degree Programs
Are there any accelerated medical programs that allow you to early apply to? It's hard to look up because it seems that there is just one deadline. Thanks.
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Replies to: ED/EA for BA/MD OR BS/MD

  • shatendershatender Registered User Posts: 83 Junior Member
    NEOUCOM has an early action thing. i got in EA lol
  • shatendershatender Registered User Posts: 83 Junior Member
    oh and so does brown PLME (ED...so you'd have to lock yourself in =/)
  • ppenguin757ppenguin757 Registered User Posts: 434 Member
    Right, but the PLME itself is not ED. It's for kids who would go to Brown anyway, but you can get in ED and still get denied from the PLME because the undergraduate decision is made in November/December and the PLME decision is made in March.
  • ppenguin757ppenguin757 Registered User Posts: 434 Member
    Oh, and for MSU you have to apply by November 1 to the undergraduate and the program. USC was December 10th to both instead of January 10th. Both are to your benefit, though, because then you're in the scholarship pool.
  • greenring16greenring16 Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
    okay so like two programs then lol?
  • illinois187illinois187 Registered User Posts: 106 Junior Member
    i believe rice/baylor let's you
  • sarisari Registered User Posts: 117 Junior Member
    A relatively new program is Caltech and UCSD's med scholars program. In order to be considered, you must apply early action to Caltech.

    For Rice's program, you are locked in at Rice (ED) whether you get accepted to the combined program or not.

    For USC, you have to apply to the undergraduate program by Dec. 10, the scholarship deadline. The Bacc/MD app is due by Dec. 1, though.

    Those are just some that I remembered. If you have any more questions, feel free to PM.
  • az1698az1698 Registered User Posts: 1,900 Senior Member
    thanks sari; that was helpful.
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