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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by legi2000, Apr 28, 2001.
Does anyone know which US schools do not have rolling admission policy?
I know that Columbia doesn't, and I don't think Yale does either. Other than that I am not sure.
Of the schools I applied to and interviewed at, the ones that didn't have rolling admissions:
In my opinion, though, it's always best to turn your app as soon as possible. Even if schools don't have rolling admissions in sending acceptances offers, they may send interview notices on a rolling basis.
thanks for the reply.
Do these schools accept august MCAT score?
Pitt accepts a block of people at the end of Feb. the goes to rolling admissions after that.
Are you currently a Pitt student? That is my first choice.
ALL schools "accept" the August MCAT - there are no restrictions on when you can take the test, only application deadlines, which are usually several weeks after August MCAT scores become available.
The question is whether or not an August MCAT will disadvantage you at schools with rolling admissions (which is what I suspect your question is). Schools with rolling admissions accept the August MCAT just as do schools with standard admissions.