Are classes at higher-tier UG schools more difficult than lower-tier UGs?

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lol 90% of those with committee letters get in? that's nice but anyone can do that if you set the bar high enough. it also depends on how you count. are those applicants getting in with one application season? how many people have to do post-bacc programs or take gap years? it makes it seem as though anyone with an interest in premed can be accepted to med school by attending your school when that's not the case

That's true. How many are reapplicants is unknown. How many who did post-bacs is also unknown. And more importantly, how many get weeded out and denied a committee letter is also unknown. But hey, if you make it through the inner process, you're basically guaranteed a spot in medical school.

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