While it is disappointing to not be admitted to medical school, there have been a number of applicants who have been successful in gaining admission as reapplicants. However, those who have been successful demonstrated the capacity to be outstanding medical students and future osteopathic physicians.
There are number of mistakes made by applicants that can be rectified during the reapplication process. While some of the information presented on these pages may be useful to you, it is not to be used as a ‘checklist’ that will eventually lead to an offer of admission. It is for informational purposes only and it is responsibility of the applicant to identify and address any weaknesses in their application before reapplying.
Below are some links to areas identified as concerns when evaluating applications:
This page was last modified on September 16, 2015