Top medical schools in Florida are University of Miami’s Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, University of South Florida College of Medicine, University of Florida College of Medicine and Florida State University College of Medicine. These are very competitive schools. They are also very selective because they have very few enrolment spots. Also, their cost can be a barrier to people looking to apply.
Florida State has a yearly out-of-state tuition rate of $60, 546.00. On the other hand, University of Miami’s Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine only asks for $39, 659 per year. It is still a lot of money but this is a nice range to see from where you stand. Just keep in mind that cheaper schools have more competition in store for you.
Incoming GPA for University of Miami is 3.71 and if this is not hard enough, the MCAT average is 32.1 for a person to be admitted to the program. This is quite competitive considering that the top score for the MCAT is 45. On the other hand, Florida State may cost a lot more money but their average MCAT score for admission can be 28.2 but still with an incoming GPA of 3.70.
The amount of applicants they get and their level of selectivity made them the top four schools in the state. The top school is more highly ranked because it has more options. It allows for an MD and MMBA combo degree or a PhD and MD combination. Other schools, like Florida State, don’t have this kind of opportunities. They can only offer one degree at a time.
University of Miami’s Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine’s relatively low cost allows them to get quite a bit of applicants from year to year. In fact they have an average of 5,283 applicants yearly. They have a fulltime faculty of 1,202 professors and instructors. The actual incoming class is 149 based on the 2012 information from US News and World Report. The university got the highest rank in Florida for research which is 53. In terms of primary ranking, they got a score of 48. The University of Miami is a great school for minorities because they have 40% of minorities already enrolled. It is a very selective school but given its many strong points it is a good idea to apply medicine in this school if you want to study in Florida.
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