Medical School Statistics | Resident Interview & Matriculation Rates

Use medical school statistics to learn the number of resident interviews which turn into matriculation rates. This data will really help you understand your chances of admission to a particular medical school so pay close attention to this value, its something a good premed advisor will tell you to consider while deciding where to apply.

Percentage (%) of resident interviews where the applicant then matriculated at the specific medical school:

Alabama

  • Alabama 62%
  • South Alabama 35%

Arizona

  • Arizona 22%

Arkansas

  • Arkansas 43%

California

  • Loma Linda 42%
  • Southern Cal-Keck 24%
  • Stanford 17%
  • UC-Davis 23%
  • UC-Irvine 22%
  • UC-San Diego 25%
  • UC-San Francisco n/a
  • UCLA-Geffen 30%

Colorado

  • Colorado 39%

Connecticut

  • Connecticut 31%
  • Yale 16%

District of Columbia

  • George Washington 32%
  • Georgetown 57%
  • Howard 10%

Florida

  • Univ. Florida 40%
  • Florida State 32%
  • Miami-Miller 40%
  • Univ. South Florida 29%

Georgia

  • Emory 30%
  • MC Georgia 40%
  • Mercer 24%
  • Morehouse 28%
Hawaii
  • Hawaii-Burns 28%

Illinois

  • Chicago-Pritzker 26%
  • Loyola-Chicago Stritch 38%
  • Northwestern-Feinberg 29%
  • Rosalind Franklin-Chicago 28%
  • Rush 38%
  • Southern Illinois 27%
  • Univ. Illinois Chicago 44%

Indiana

  • Indiana 44%

Iowa

  • Iowa-Carver 38%

Kansas

  • Kansas 48%

Kentucky

  • Kentucky 32%
  • Louisville 43%

Louisiana

  • LSU New Orleans 44%
  • LSU Shreveport 52%
  • Tulane 26%

Maryland

  • Johns Hopkins 24%
  • Univ. Maryland 40%
  • Uniformed Services-Herbert 33%

Massachusetts

  • Boston 26%
  • Harvard 20%
  • Massachusetts 22%
  • Tufts 31%

Michigan

  • Michigan 42%
  • Michigan State 36%
  • Wayne State 42%

Minnesota

  • Mayo 33%
  • Minnesota 50%

Mississippi

  • Mississippi 56%

Missouri

  • Missouri Columbia 42%
  • Missouri Kansas City 33%
  • St Louis 32%
  • Wash U St Louis 16%

Nebraska

  • Creighton 21%
  • Nebraska 38%

Nevada

  • Nevada 33%

New Hampshire

  • Dartmouth 16%

New Jersey

  • UMDNJ New Jersey 23%
  • UMDNJ-RW Johnson 34%

New Mexico

  • New Mexico 38%

New York

  • Albany 33%
  • Albert Einstein 18%
  • Buffalo 28%
  • Columbia 20%
  • Cornell-Weill 21%
  • Mount Sinai 14%
  • New York Medical 13%
  • NYU 25%
  • Rochester 18%
  • SUNY Downstate 20%
  • SUNY Upstate 34%
  • Stony Brook 20%

North Carolina

  • Duke 23%
  • East Carolina-Brody 16%
  • North Carolina 30%
  • Wake Forest 33%

North Dakota

  • North Dakota 43%

Ohio

  • Case Western 20%
  • Cincinnati 34%
  • Northeastern Ohio 88%
  • Ohio State 39%
  • Toledo 41%
  • Wright State-Boonshoft 23%

Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma 61%

Oregon

  • Oregon 39%

Pennsylvania

  • Drexel 25%
  • Jefferson 41%
  • Penn State 25%
  • UPenn 26%
  • Pittsburgh 22%
  • Temple 35%

Puerto Rico

  • Caribe 50%
  • Ponce 25%
  • Puerto Rico 74%
  • San Juan Bautista 51%

Rhode Island

  • Brown-Alpert 41%

South Carolina

  • MU South Carolina 42%
  • South Carolina 28%

South Dakota

  • South Dakota-Sanford 39%

Tennessee

  • East Tennessee-Quillen 27%
  • Meharry 17%
  • Tennessee 33%
  • Vanderbilt 37%

Texas

  • Baylor 33%
  • Texas A & M 14%
  • Texas Tech 18%
  • UT Galveston 24%
  • UT Houston 21%
  • UT San Antonio 21%
  • UT Southwestern 25%

Utah

  • Utah 26%

Vermont

  • Vermont 46%
Virginia
  • Eastern Virginia 21%
  • Virginia 44%
  • Virginia Commonwealth 30%

Washington

  • Univ. Washington 24%

West Virginia

  • Marshall-Edwards 33%
  • West Virginia 59%

Wisconsin

  • MC Wisconsin 40%
  • Univ. Wisconsin 27%

Please note the medical school statistics on resident interviews and matriculation rates does not reflect your exact chances of being admitted at a specific institution. The admissions committee considers a number of factors in the admissions process.

This listing was provided to give you an overall sense of how tough it is to get into medical school.


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