• Logan Garcia

Boston University School of Medicine


  • Price

  • (Med 1)

  • $64,884 (Tuition)

  • $550 (Graduate Program Fee)

  • $456 (Health and Wellness Fee)

  • $470 (Direct Loan Fee)

  • $0 (USMLE Examination Fee)

  • $0 (Health Insurance Eg+)

  • $10,250 (Rent/Utilities)

  • $4,000 (Food)

  • $1,056 (Books/Supplies)

  • $2,551** (Required Technology)

  • $3,675 (Personal Expenses)

  • $2,100 (Transportation)

  • $89,992 (Total)

  • (Med 2)

  • $64,884 (Tuition)

  • $550 (Graduate Program Fee)

  • $456 (Health and Wellness Fee)

  • $470 (Direct Loan Fee)

  • $0 (USMLE Examination Fee)

  • $0 (Health Insurance Eg+)

  • $12,035 (Rent/Utilities)

  • $3,600 (Food)

  • $2,657* (Books/Supplies)

  • $0 (Required Technology)

  • $3,310 (Personal Expenses)

  • $1,260 (Transportation)

  • $89,867 (Total)

  • (Med 3)

  • $64,884 (Tuition)

  • $550 (Graduate Program Fee)

  • $456 (Health and Wellness Fee)

  • $470 (Direct Loan Fee)

  • $1,945 (USMLE Examination Fee)

  • $0 (Health Insurance Eg+)

  • $16,045 (Rent/Utilities)

  • $4,800 (Food)

  • $682 (Books/Supplies)

  • $0 (Required Technology)

  • $4,410 (Personal Expenses)

  • $3,680 (Transportation)

  • $97,922 (Total)

  • (Med 4)

  • $64,884 (Tuition)

  • $550 (Graduate Program Fee)

  • $456 (Health and Wellness Fee)

  • $470 (Direct Loan Fee)

  • $0 (USMLE Examination Fee)

  • $0 (Health Insurance Eg+)

  • $16,045 (Rent/Utilities)

  • $4,800 (Food)

  • $1,332* (Books/Supplies)

  • $0 (Required Technology)

  • $4,410 (Personal Expenses)

  • $3,180 (Transportation)

  • $96,127 (Total)


  • Financial Aid

  • ^^^^^^ (All four years)


  • 25 Percentile MCAT

  • 500


  • 75 Percentile MCAT

  • 507-508+


  • Average MCAT Scores

  • MCAT 517

  • Old MCAT ? 35

  • New MCAT ? 517


  • Acceptance Rate

  • 4.3%


  • Location

  • Boston, Massachusetts


  • Specific Specialties School is known for

  • Rigorous academics

  • more than 300 programs of study and great academic flexibility, you can maximize the value of your BU degree

  • Global recognition

  • BU has been named to the Association of American Universities (AAU)—a prestigious association of top research universities in the United States and Canada

  • Breaking new ground

  • connects students with BU faculty research projects in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, medicine, education, and the arts

  • Real world experience

  • sent students across the country and around the world for internships and more

  • A bright future

  • dedicated career services for students and alumni

  • A city unlike any other

  • neighborhoods, soaring skyscrapers, championship sports teams, and rich history and culture

  • A residential campus

  • Bay State Road to modern high-rises overlooking the Charles River to residence halls with dedicated specialty floors, BU provides a variety of living communities

  • A view to the world

  • 650 courses on global topics, faculty research on every continent, students from more than 100 countries, and alumni living in over 180 of the world’s countries, it’s easy to see why BU ranks among the world’s top universities

  • Perfect class size

  • more than 16,000 undergraduates, BU has a surprisingly small student-to-faculty ratio—10:1

  • Never a dull moment

  • will get involved in any number of our 450+ student groups


  • Accounts from Alumni

  • Alumni career workshop

  • Alumni association

  • Alumni friends

  • Specific Requirements


  • Applicants are expected to earn a bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university that is located in and accredited in the U.S. or Canada. Applicants who have not graduated from an accredited U.S. or Canadian institution, but who completed a minimum of two (2) years in such an institution, including all of the prerequisites, may be considered to be eligible and should bring the details of their record to the attention of the Committee on Admissions.

  • all applicants to follow their own interests whether in the arts or in the sciences, and acquire a broad range of experience through their education.

  • 1 year English Composition or other writing intensive course

  • 1 year Humanities

  • 1 year Biological Science with lab

  • 1 year Physics

  • 2 years Chemistry such as:

  • 2 Semesters Chemistry with Lab + 2 Semesters Organic Chemistry with Lab + 1 Semester Biochemistry

  • 2 Semesters Chemistry with Lab + 1 Semester Organic Chemistry with Lab + 1 Semester Biochemistry

  • 1 Semester Chemistry with Lab + 2 Semesters Organic Chemistry with Lab + 1 Semester Biochemistry


  • Baccalaureate MD Programs

  • Bacc-M.D. programs are uncommon.

  • Programs vary in length and format.

  • Most programs have stringent requirements.

  • Programs look for applicants with exceptional traits

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