AUC Medical School Admissions Requirements

Academic requirements, prerequisite courses, and other factors

Qualifying for Medical School

AUC's Admissions Committee considers multiple factors when reviewing an applicant for consideration. These include performance in undergraduate coursework, your score on the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT), as well as intellectual and social maturity, critical judgment, adaptability, volunteer work, and life experiences, and graduate school performance (if applicable).

Evaluation for admission is conducted on an individual basis. We encourage all applicants to speak with a member of our admissions team  to discuss their opportunity to attend AUC, including the competitiveness of their MCAT scores, GPA and other requirements.

Academic Requirements
  • Bachelor's degree: All applicants must hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited university.
  • MCAT. Please note that AUC will not consider MCAT scores that are more than five years old.
  • Undergraduate performance: AUC looks at both overall GPA and prerequisite GPA.
Medical School Prerequisites
  • Biology: 1 year, including laboratory work. Prospective students will benefit by taking courses in genetics, cellular biology, developmental biology, and comparative anatomy.
  • General Chemistry: 1 year, including laboratory work
  • Organic Chemistry: 1 year, including laboratory work. Coursework should include both aliphatic and aromatic compounds.
  • General Physics: 1 year, including laboratory work. General introductory coursework should include mechanics, heat, light, sound, electricity, and nuclear radiation.

Supporting Documents

You'll need to submit the following supporting documents. You can submit them during or after the application process.

  • A personal statement, no longer than 750 words. AMCAS personal statements are accepted.
  • Letters of recommendation—a minimum of one letter from an individual academic professor who taught you (science preferred, but not required), and one professional letter
  • A chronological history of your educational, employment, and volunteer experience dating back to high school
  • Official transcripts from all schools attended
  • Official MCAT report