I'm not sure whether there's much rhyme or reason to getting into any particular med school. If you're very interested in NU, maybe you should apply early decision. I applied this year and didn't get an interview. I went to U Missouri-Columbia as an undergrad, majored in chem then got an M.Phil. from U of Cambridge before deciding to persue medicine. I ended up getting a 33-O on the MCAT, cum GPA 3.7, researched 3 years of undergrad and 1 year at gradschool which resulted in publications. Interviewers told me that my personal statement was well-written. My NU secondary was complete in mid October. There were a few weak points on my application, though:Originally posted by bubbajones
How hard is it to get into NU? What are there avg GPA and MCAT scores? What chicago med school is friendly to out of state students who attended a state college?