Average MCAT score and GPA of Medical Schools in the US

As we know, there are many great medical schools for us to choose from, however, it’s a tricky task to choose one better suitable for us.

We’d advise you to know the required minimum MCAT score or average MCAT score and GPA of the medical schools before submitting your applications. Then, you can lever the opportunity to receive an offer at a rather competitive acceptance rate.

You can check out the more comprehensive statistical data which also includes the acceptance rate of Medical Schools in the US by the following article Admission Statistical Data of Medical Schools in the US.

Average MCAT score and GPA of Medical Schools in the US

Here are the recent statistical data of average MCAT scores and GPA required by US medical schools. It’s just for reference, and please check the official data for Medical School Admissions.

US MEDICAL SCHOOLSAVERAGE GPAMCAT SCORE
ALABAMA
University of Alabama School of Medicine3.86MCAT Minimum – 495
MCAT Average – 510
University of South Alabama College of Medicine3.91MCAT Minimum – 500 (instate) and 509 (out of state)
MCAT Average – 511
ARIZONA
University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson3.79MCAT Minimum – 498
MCAT Average – 510
University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix3.81MCAT – 515
ARKANSAS
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Medicine3.85MCAT – 508
CALIFORNIA
California Northstate University College of Medicine3.72MCAT – 513
Drew/UCLA Joint Medical Program
Drew University of Medicine and Science
3MCAT – 498
Loma Linda University
School of Medicine
3.86MCAT – 510
University of California – Davis School of Medicine3.69MCAT – 512
Stanford University School of Medicine3.89MCAT – 519
University of California – Irvine School of Medicine3.85MCAT – 516
University of California-Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine3.83MCAT – 517
University of California – Riverside School of Medicine3.59MCAT – 508
University of California – San Diego
School of Medicine
3.83MCAT – 517
University of California – San Francisco School of Medicine3.86MCAT – 518
University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine3.76MCAT – 517
COLORADO
University of Colorado
School of Medicine
3.83MCAT – 514
CONNECTICUT
Quinnipiac University Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine3.68MCAT Minimum – 499
MCAT Average – 512
University of Connecticut
School of Medicine
3.82MCAT – 513
Yale School of Medicine3.84MCAT – 521
DISTRICT COLUMBIA
George Washington University
School of Medicine and Health Sciences
3.78MCAT – 513
Georgetown University
School of Medicine
3.63MCAT – 512
Howard University College of Medicine3.55MCAT – 503
FLORIDA
Florida Atlantic University Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine3.8MCAT – 513
Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine3.79MCAT – 511
Florida State University College of Medicine3.6MCAT – 505
University of Central Florida College of Medicine3.88MCAT – 514
University of Florida
College of Medicine
3.9MCAT – 515
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine3.78MCAT – 514
University of South Florida Health Morsani College of Medicine3.78MCAT – 517
GEORGIA
Emory University
School of Medicine
3.8MCAT – 517
Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University3.82MCAT – 513
Mercer University School of Medicine3.73MCAT – 504
Morehouse
School of Medicine
3.63MCAT – 504
HAWAII
University of Hawaii
John A. Burns School of Medicine
3.84MCAT – 513
ILLINOIS
Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science374MCAT – 513
Loyola University of Chicago Stritch School of Medicine3.76MCAT – 512
Northwestern University The Feinberg School of Medicine3.91MCAT – 520
Rush Medical College of Rush University3.67MCAT – 511
Southern Illinois University
School of Medicine
3.81MCAT Minimum – 498
MCAT Average – 506
University of Chicago
Pritzker School of Medicine
3.93MCAT – 521
University of Illinois
College of Medicine
3.76MCAT – 513
Midwestern University3.6MCAT Average – 508
INDIANA
Indiana University School of Medicine3.76MCAT – 513
IOWA
University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine3.85MCAT – 512
KANSAS
University of Kansas School of MedicineAverage – 3.88MCAT – 512
KENTUCKY
University of Kentucky College of Medicine3.81MCAT – 508
University of Louisville School of Medicine3.77MCAT – 509
LOUISIANA
Louisiana State University-New Orleans School of Medicine3.82MCAT – 509
Louisiana State University-Shreveport School of Medicine3.77MCAT – 506
Tulane University School of Medicine3.5MCAT – 509
MARYLAND
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine3.95MCAT – 521
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine3.76MCAT – 510
University of Maryland School of Medicine3.83MCAT – 514
MASSACHUSETTS
Boston University School of Medicine3.86MCAT – 518
Harvard Medical School3.94MCAT – 520
Tufts University School of Medicine3.69MCAT – 514
University of Massachusetts
Medical School
3.82MCAT – 516
MICHIGAN
Central Michigan University College of Medicine3.69MCAT Minimum – 498
MCAT Average – 508
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine3.76MCAT – 509
Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine3.85MCAT Minimum – 495
MCAT Average – 510
University of Michigan Medical School3.78MCAT – 514
Wayne State University School of Medicine3.81MCAT – 511
Western Michigan University School of MedicineMinimum – 3
Average – 3.79
MCAT Minimum – 41st percentile rank
MCAT Average – 516
MINNESOTA
Mayo Medical School3.95MCAT – 520
University of Minnesota Medical School – Twin Cities3.73MCAT – 512
University of Minnesota Medical School – Duluth3.63MCAT – 507
MISSISSIPPI
University of Mississippi School of Medicine3.86MCAT – 505
William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine3.4MCAT-500
MISSOURI
University of Missouri – Columbia
School of Medicine
Minimum – 3
Average – 3.86
MCAT Minimum – 495
MCAT Average – 509
Saint Louis University School of Medicine3.91MCAT – 514
University of Missouri – Kansas City
School of Medicine
Minimum – 3
Average – 3.89
MCAT Minimum – 500
MCAT Average – 509
Washington University
School of Medicine in St.Louis
3.9MCAT – 521
NEBRASKA
Creighton University
School of Medicine
3.8MCAT – 513
University of Nebraska
College of Medicine
3.9MCAT – 513
NEVADA
University of Nevada
School of Medicine
3.76MCAT Minimum – 500
MCAT Average – 512
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth3.77MCAT – 516
NEW JERSEY
Cooper Medical School of Rowan University3.6MCAT – 507
Rutgers New Jersey Medical School3.82MCAT – 515
Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical SchoolMinimum – 3
Average – 3.75
MCAT Minimum – 494
MCAT Average – 514
NEW MEXICO
University of New Mexico
School of Medicine
3.8MCAT Minimum – 491
MCAT Average – 505
NEW YORK
Albany Medical College3.74MCAT – 511
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University3.81MCAT – 515
Columbia University
College of Physicians and Surgeons
3.92MCAT – 522
Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine3.84MCAT – 518
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai3.7MCAT – 517
New York Medical College3.72MCAT – 513
New York University School of Medicine3.9MCAT – 520
SUNY – Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine3.74MCAT – 514
SUNY – Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences3.75MCAT – 512
SUNY – Upstate
Medical University
3.77MCAT – 513
Stony Brook University School of Medicine3.86MCAT – 516
University of Rochester
School of Medicine and Dentistry
3.84MCAT – 518
Weill Cornell Medical College3.88MCAT – 518
NORTH CAROLINA
Duke University School of Medicine3.86MCAT – 519
East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine3.71MCAT – 509
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine3.78MCAT – 515
Wake Forest School of Medicine3.71MCAT – 512
NORTH DAKOTA
University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences3.8MCAT – 507
OHIO
Case Western Reserve University
School of Medicine
3.86MCAT – 519
Northeast Ohio Medical University3.76MCAT Minimum – 500
MCAT Average – 507
The Ohio State University College of Medicine3.79MCAT – 514
The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences3.76MCAT – 510
University of Cincinnati
College of Medicine
3.84MCAT – 517
Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine3.61MCAT – 506.5
OKLAHOMA
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine3.85MCAT – 511
OREGON
Oregon Health & Science University
School of Medicine
3.77MCAT – 512
PENNSYLVANIA
Drexel University College of Medicine3.75MCAT – 512
Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine3.76MCAT – 512
Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine3.81MCAT – 512
Perelman School of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania
3.94MCAT – 522
Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University3.73MCAT – 514
Temple University Lewis Katz School of Medicine3.77MCAT – 513
University of Pittsburgh
School of Medicine
3.76MCAT – 515
PUERTO RICO
Ponce School of Medicine and Health Sciences3.64MCAT Minimum – 494
MCAT Average – 499
San Juan Bautista School of MedicineMinimum – 2.75
Average – 3.71
MCAT Minimum – 492
MCAT Average – 498
Universidad Central Del Caribe
School of Medicine
3.73MCAT Minimum – 490
MCAT Average – 499
University of Puerto Rico
School of Medicine
3.82MCAT Minimum – 490
MCAT Average – 505
RHODE ISLAND
Brown University The Warren Alpert Medical School3.79MCAT – 515
SOUTH CAROLINA
Medical University of South Carolina
College of Medicine
3.83MCAT Minimum – 493
MCAT Average – 517
University of South Carolina School of Medicine – Columbia3.83MCAT – 510
University of South Carolina School of Medicine – Greenville3.81MCAT – 509
SOUTH DAKOTA
University of South Dakota Sanford School of MedicineMinimum – 3.1
Average – 3.87
MCAT Minimum – 496
MCAT Average – 509
TENNESSEE
East Tennessee State University Quillen College of Medicine3.81MCAT – 508
Meharry Medical College
School of Medicine
3.52MCAT Minimum – 495
MCAT Average – 503
University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine3.82MCAT – 513
Vanderbilt University
School of Medicine
3.94MCAT – 521
TEXAS
Baylor College of Medicine3.93MCAT – 518
Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine3.84MCAT – 513
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Paul L. Foster School of Medicine3.89MCAT – 512
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine – Lubbock3.71MCAT – 510
University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School3.92MCAT – 515
University of Texas Medical Branch School of Medicine3.88MCAT – 511
University of Texas McGovern Medical School at Houston3.88MCAT – 513
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine3.72MCAT – 510
University of Texas School of Medicine at San Antonio3.88MCAT – 517
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School3.9MCAT – 518
UTAH
University of Utah
School of Medicine
Minimum – 3.2
Average – 3.82
MCAT Minimum – 492
MCAT Average – 513
VERMONT
The University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine3.7MCAT – 512
VIRGINIA
Eastern Virginia Medical School3.5MCAT – 511
Virginia Commonwealth University
School of Medicine
3.82MCAT Minimum – 501
MCAT Average – 513
Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research InstituteMinimum – 3
Average – 3.7
MCAT – 512
University of Virginia
School of Medicine
3.93MCAT – 520
WASHINGTON
University of Washington
School of Medicine
3.74MCAT – 515
WEST VIRGINIA
Marshall University
Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine
3.7MCAT Minimum – 498
MCAT Average – 502
West Virginia University School of Medicine3.88MCAT – 509
WISCONSIN
Medical College of Wisconsin3.73MCAT Minimum – 503
MCAT Average – 511
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public HealthMinimum – 3
Average – 3.8
MCAT Minimum – 503
MCAT Average – 513

By the way, our MCAT advisor collected some admissions requirements of each university school of medicine in the US for you, please click here Admissions Requirements of Medical Schools.