The top 5 medical schools in the US

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If you are interested to study medicine in high ranked universities, this post will introduce you the top 5 medical schools in the US.

Choosing a career is the most important decision during life. Medicine is a high prestigious and high paying career and most of people are competing to enter high ranked universities to study medicine. Obviously, US has created an ideal academic environment that every student has a dream to enter and study. Therefore, having knowledge of top 5 medical schools in the US could help you to choose the right career for your future.

Here are The top 5 medical schools in the US

  1. Harvard University

Total score: 100
Score of peer assessment (1-5): 4.9
Score of residency director (1-5): 4.6
GPA of average undergrad: 3.9
Average score of MCAT: 519
Rate of acceptance: 3.3%
Grants of NIH research (in millions): $1,652.60
Grants of NIH research per faculty member (in thousands): $171.20
Ratio of faculty-to-student: 13.6
Tuition and fees of out-of-state: $65,203
Overall enrollment: 712

2. Johns Hopkins University

Total score: 76
Score of peer assessment (1-5): 4.8
Score of residency director (1-5): 4.6
GPA of average undergrad: 3.9
Average score of MCAT: 521
Rate of acceptance: 6.0%
Grants of NIH research (in millions): $663.00
Grants of NIH research per faculty member (in thousands): $281.10
Ratio of faculty-to-student: 5.0
Tuition and fees of out-of-state: $60,749
Overall enrollment: 476

3. University of Pennsylvania, Perelman

Total score: 75
Score of peer assessment (1-5): 4.7
Score of residency director (1-5): 4.5
GPA of average undergrad: 3.9
Average score of MCAT: 522
Rate of acceptance: 4.4%
Grants of NIH research (in millions): $700.50
Grants of NIH research per faculty member (in thousands): $265.10
Ratio of faculty-to-student: 4.3
Tuition and fees of out-of-state: $65,343
Overall enrollment: 612

4. New York University, Langone (tie)

Total score: 74
Score of peer assessment (1-5): 4.0
Score of residency director (1-5): 4.2
GPA of average undergrad: 4.0
Average score of MCAT: 522
Rate of acceptance: 2.5%
Grants of NIH research (in millions): $542.40
Grants of NIH research per faculty member (in thousands): $530.20
Ratio of faculty-to-student: 2.4
Tuition and fees of out-of-state: $3,950
Overall enrollment: 430

4. Stanford University (tie)

Total score: 74
Score of peer assessment (1-5): 4.8
Score of residency director (1-5): 4.5
GPA of average undergrad: 3.9
Average score of MCAT: 519
Rate of acceptance: 2.3%
Grants of NIH research (in millions): $462.50
Grants of NIH research per faculty member (in thousands): $422.00
Ratio of faculty-to-student: 2.2
Tuition and fees of out-of-state: $61,328
Overall enrollment: 489

6. Columbia University (tie)

Total score: 72
Score of peer assessment (1-5): 4.5
Score of residency director (1-5): 4.4
GPA of average undergrad: 3.9
Average score of MCAT: 521
Rate of acceptance: 3.5%
Grants of NIH research (in millions): $585.70
Grants of NIH research per faculty member (in thousands): $276.40
Ratio of faculty-to-student: 3.7
Tuition and fees of out-of-state: $68,886
Overall enrollment: 580

6. Mayo Clinic School of Medicine, Alix (tie)

Total score: 72
Score of peer assessment (1-5): 3.9
Score of residency director (1-5): 4.2
GPA of average undergrad: 3.9
Average score of MCAT: 520
Rate of acceptance: 2.4%
Grants of NIH research (in millions): $512.10
Grants of NIH research per faculty member (in thousands): $606.00
Ratio of faculty-to-student: 2.3
Tuition and fees of out-of-state: $57,170
Overall enrollment: 362

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