Medical Master's Program FAQs
If I plan to take the MCAT in April and the application deadline is June 1, will I still be considered for the program in the Fall Semester?
When your MCAT scores are received, the application will be evaluated and you will compete for slots from our waitlist.
What is the length of time that a MCAT score is accepted?
There is no set length of time for your MCAT score to be accepted in our program. However, scores significantly older than two years are not as competitive, and more significantly, you will not be able to use the score for your application to many medical schools, including EVMS.
Is an interview required before a final decision is made?
No, an interview is not required. However, if you would like to talk to someone about your individual credentials, the Program Director, Dr. Donald Meyer, would be happy to hear from you.
If I get accepted into the program and graduate, am I guaranteed placement in the medical school for the next year?
No, we cannot promise that you will be accepted at our medical school. However, in the last five (5) years of the program, approximately 90 percent of all graduates are accepted into a medical school.
Below is a list of some of the schools our graduates have been accepted to:
- Eastern Virginia Medical School, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Virginia, University of North Carolina, University of Tennessee, Virginia Tech, Carilion School of Medicine, University of Oregon, University of Cincinnati, State University of New York, George Washington University, Uniformed Services Medical School, East Tennessee School of Medicine, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Edward Via School of Osteopathic Medicine, Meharry School of Medicine, Marshall University, University of New Jersey Osteopathic Medicine, University of California San Francisco, Jefferson Medical College -Thomas Jefferson University, Medical College of Virginia, University of Indiana, Albany Medical College, Stony Brook University School of Medicine, Tufts University, Penn State College of Medicine and University of West Virginia.
Is the June 1 deadline a definite due date or will you accept applications after that date?
No, the June 1 deadline is definite and we do not accept applications after that date.
If I am on a waiting list for the medical school and decide to transfer to the Biomedical Sciences Masters (Medical Masters) Program, what do I need to do?
You will need to:
- notify the medical school in writing that you would like your records, including references, copied to the Biomedical Sciences Masters (Medical Masters) Program
- complete the Biomedical Sciences Masters (Medical Masters) application online and submit it with your $60 application fee (Note: If we do not receive your application or the $60 application fee, your application will not be reviewed by the Admissions Committee)
- request your official transcripts from all colleges or universities that you have attended
When your application is complete for the Biomedical Sciences Masters (Medical Masters) Program, it will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee.
How long does it take to find out if you have been accepted or not accepted?
Once your application is complete, it is reviewed within several weeks by the Admissions Committee. We currently accept approximately 40 students into the program.