2014 New Edition, Ranking of Top Medical Schools
Our medical school rankings provide information so that pre-med students can make informed decisions before applying to medical school. In order to determine the best medical schools for you, we recommend you consider the following factors: admissions selectivity, NIH research funding, MCAT score averages, and GPA averages of med school applicants.
Extended Med School Rankings Information:
|Best Medical School / University||TTP Ranking||NIH Funding Rank||Avg GPA||Avg GPA Rank||Avg MCAT (Admitted )||Ave MCAT Rank|
|Washington University- St. Louis||1||6||3.93||1||38||1|
|John Hopkins University||2||2||3.91||4||36||3|
|University of Pennsylvania||3||3||3.86||11||37||2|
|University of Pittsburgh||8||7||3.84||19||36||3|
|University of Michigan/td>||9||11||3.85||15||36||3|
|University of Chicago||10||29||3.90||5||37||2|
The criteria for our Medical School Rankings:
*Top Test Prep ranks medical schools on the basis of applicant demand, research funding levels, and selectivity of admissions criteria. We also survey students in our MCAT tutoring programs and work with many medical school admissions specialists to determine peer evaluations of medical schools.
For more information on medical school admissions or MCAT prep, contact our team: (800) 501-7737. These medical school rankings above are used to help students decide on the best schools, and include AAMC verified data – Association of American Medical Colleges.