I'm quite new to learning about medical schools and the application process, so I wanted to learn a bit more about the financial aid and scholarships offered for medical students. In top schools, do they treat and award medical school students similar to undergrad students based on financial need? Or is it more based on merit? If based on need, are some schools able to meet 100% of students' needs? I'm just asking because I currently attend a school that meets 100% of students' needs, and it has worked out well thus far; I'm just wondering if top medical schools might be similar or if they reward merit over need, etc.