Which schools are known to accept non-traditional students?

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  1. USbound

    USbound Junior Member
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    Any feedback from experienced non-traditionals would be appreciated.
    GPA 3.6, MCAT 28Q

    Thanks!
     
  2. DrMom

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    The DO schools are known for being non-trad friendly. :)
     
  3. scooter31

    scooter31 'Ello Guv'nah!
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    Multiple posts on this one, give it a search...

























    ...alright, fine. You win. Temple, Drexel, GW, Case, MCW, JHU. Yes, JHU. Honestly. And dont forget your state school and the DO schools, as stated my DrMom. Good luck, you're not alone
     
  4. edmadison

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    add rochester

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    Michigan State, UVM. If you're a Californian, UCSF & UC Davis
     
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    albany medical college, definately...

    northwestern mentions strongly encouraging non-traditional applicants (with the right stats, im guessing...)
     
  7. vtucci

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    Case Western calls older students "bent arrows" and actively encourages applications as does Creighton I believe.
     

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