Reapplicants

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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 admitted as reapplicants typically made improvements to their application and demonstrated their preparedness for a career in osteopathic medicine.  Below are admissions statistics for reapplicants from the previous year for 2017-2019.

Year 
Applicants 
Interviews
Admits
Enrolled
2019
597
96
58
33
2018
544
71
48
38
2017
666
103
80
55

 

There are number of areas applicants can make improvements on 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.

Applicants who wish to obtain written feedback on their application may request a application file review.  Only those who have a current and complete application may request a review.  Application file reviews are done on a limited first-come, first-served basis.  No application file reviews will be completed if the request is received after March 15.

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This page was last modified on February 2, 2020