Umm you need good numbers (~3.8/34+) but that alone won't get you in. It's harder for a U of M student to get into U of M, believe it or not.TigerLilies said:What numbers do you need to get into UMich med school?
But Umich has a class of ~170 while Mich State has a class of only ~100. Last year MSU CHM accepted ~40 UMich undergrads, while UMMS accepted ~48.KevinZ said:If you look at the numbers breakdown, you'd find it's much easier for in-state students.
For example, consider automatic interview invites. In-state students with 3.7/34 are competitive while out-of-staters need 3.8/36.
I know there's a lot of anecodotes that fly around, but the fact of the matter is the only school that accepts more UMich undergrads than UMich is Wayne State. There isn't a scheme against our own undergraduates. UMich (a top 10) even accepts more UMich students than Michigan State's CHM (which is also in-state and public).