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Pre-Medicine

Prepare for admission to medical school.

Want to save lives? Stevenson's pre-medicine advising area prepares students for the rigors of the MCATs, medical school, and the challenges of a career in the medical field.

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    Overview

    Advising Area

    The pre-medical program at Stevenson provides those interested in pursuing medicine a strong foundation and introduction to the field. It also allows students to better translate their areas of interest into specific fields of study so that they may make more informed decisions upon entering medical school.

    Prepare for success: Stevenson's overall acceptance rate into health professions programs for competitive applicants during the past 5 years is 89%.

    Recommended major at Stevenson: Biology or Biochemistry

    Stevenson is proud of its recent graduates and what they have accomplished. Their success is reflected in the places where they have progressed to study medicine, such as those listed below:

    • Boston University
    • Drexel University School of Medicine
    • Eastern Virginia Medical School
    • Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine
    • Georgetown University
    • George Washington University
    • Jefferson University
    • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
    • Temple University
    • Uniform Services University of the Health Sciences
    • University of Maryland Baltimore
    • University of Pennsylvania
    • West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine

 

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