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Wright State University

PO Box 1751
Dayton, OH 45401-1751
(937) 775-2934

Admissions E-mail: [email protected]
Web site: http://www.med.wright.edu
Electronic application: https://somms2.med.wright.edu/saa/oasys/login.asp

Fall 2008 Admissions Information
AMCAS application accepted? Yes
Earliest application date: 06/01
Application deadline: 11/15
Oldest MCAT considered: 2005
Application fee: $45
Director of admissions: Stephen E. Peterson
Does this school ask for a secondary application as part of the admissions process? Yes

This school requires undergraduate work in these subjects in order to apply: biology, English, organic chemistry, inorganic (general) chemistry, physics, mathematics, general chemistry

Is a personal interview required for admission? Yes
Are interviews conducted at the medical school? Yes

Acceptance notice to regular application for the 2007-2008 first-year class:
     -Earliest date: October 15
     -Latest date: August 1

Applicant's response to acceptance offer for the 2007-2008 first-year class:
     -Maximum time in weeks: 2 weeks
     -Does the school consider requests for deferred entrance? Yes
     -Deposit to hold place in class: None
     -Deposit due: N/A
     -Deposit refundable prior to: N/A
     -Starting month for the class of 2007-2008: August

Early Decision Plan application period for the 2007-2008 first-year class:
     -Does the school have an Early Decision Plan (EDP)? Yes
     -EDP application period begins: June 1
     -EDP application period ends: August 31
     -EDP applicants notified by: October 1

Fall 2005 Admissions Statistics

  Applied Interviewed Accepted Enrolled
Total: 2,841 447 198 100
In-state: 964 392 180 89
Out-of-state: 1,877 55 18 11
Women: N/A N/A N/A 65
Minorities: N/A N/A N/A 25
International: N/A N/A N/A 0



Acceptance rate: 7.0%

GPA
Average undergraduate GPA: 3.57

MCAT
Overall score (composite): 9.1
Verbal reasoning: 9.2
Physical sciences: 8.7
Biological: 9.4
Writing: O

Undergraduate Majors
Biological sciences (biology, microbiology, zoology, etc.): 62%
Physical sciences (biochemistry, chemistry, engineering, etc.): 19%
Non-sciences (sociology, economics, English, etc.): 10%
Other health professions (nursing, pharmacy, etc.): 3%
Mixed disciplines and other: 6%

Biological sciences (biology, microbiology, zoology, etc.): 62%
Physical sciences (biochemistry, chemistry, engineering, etc.): 19%
Non-sciences (sociology, economics, English, etc.): 10%
Other health professions (nursing, pharmacy, etc.): 3%
Mixed disciplines and other: 6%
 



Combined Degree Programs
Combined degree programs offered: M.D./Ph.D., M.D./M.B.A., M.D./M.P.H.

Does the school have a combined college/M.D. program? No
Number of years to complete combined college/M.D. program: N/A
Web site for combined college/M.D. program: N/A

Selection Factors
Details on the policies, preferences, criteria, factors and procedures used in the M.D. admission process:
(Data appear as originally submitted by this school)
The Admissions Committee reviews applications according to established policies. Preference is given to Ohio residents. To be considered an Ohio resident an applicant or their legal guardian must have resided in Ohio for the twelve months prior to September of the application year. Non-residents of Ohio are also considered. An applicant must be a citizen of the United States or hold a permanent resident visa or an I-94 form from the US Department of Homeland Security. The Committee looks for evidence of intellectual ability, dedication to human concerns, communication skills, maturity, motivation, and potential for medical service in an under served area of Ohio. One's academic load, curriculum, GPA, MCAT scores, extracurricular activities, and work experiences are considered.

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