Yes. Just do well with your application, i.e. CV Portfolio & Referee Reports plus the Interview process. In my experience, GPA >3 out of 4 and MCAT >500, is sufficient to be considered for application review and may be offered an interview.Would a GPA of 3.75 and MCAT of 504 be suffice?
Each university has differing preresequites and minimum requirements for medical school applications, and you apply to them directly. If you're applying later as a graduate entry student (i.e. someone who has already attained a degree), then generally & basically speaking you need: 1) GPA, 2) GAMSAT or MCAT, 3) CV Portfolio & Referee Report, 4) Interview, 5) English Language Competency, 6) Student Visa Elligibility, 7) Money to pay for the tuition fees and residence in Australia.hey, whats the process in applying to australian med schools? for more context, im current pursuing my undergrad at a US institution, but im a foreign citizens (no US citizenship/no permanent residency) and just wanted to evaluate my options going into the future.