Asian medical school applicants you've come to the right place. I'm about to share with you the best colleges you should be attending as an undergraduate student before applying to medical school.
Education has been stressed as the key to:
And the best way for you to make all of this happen is to become a doctor!
You know what will happen if you do not get accepted to medical school...
You will disappoint your parents who sacrificed so much for you to become the next doctor in the family.
Help has arrived today.
I'm going to show you the best colleges you should be applying to as an Asian medical school applicant. These are the universities that are known for getting undergraduate premeds like yourself into medical school.
So if you're looking for a like minded set of peers then I strongly encourage you to attend one of these schools. Perhaps you'll even meet some Asian medical school applicants who are only doing medicine because of family pressure and parents who know what is best from them.
The percentage of Asian medical school applicants is included allowing you to put everything into perspective in regards to the total number of premedical students at a particular school, allowing for easier comparison between colleges/universities.
I want to remind you this listing should not be the sole factor in deciding where to attend college, there are a number of factors you will want to consider when applying to college.
The total number of Asian medical school applicants with their percentage out of all students who are applying to medical school from the particular college/university:
|Undergraduate Institution||Asian Applicants from Institution||Total Applicants from Institution||% of All Asian Applicants to U.S. Med Schools|
|Univ. of California Los Angeles – Los Angeles, CA||557||1011||4.1|
|Univ. of California Berkeley – Berkeley, CA||503||819||3.7|
|Univ. of California San Diego – San Diego, CA||340||580||2.5|
|Univ. of Texas – Austin, TX||298||756||2.2|
|Univ. of California – Irvine, CA||257||433||1.9|
|Univ. of Washington – Seattle, WA||214||471||1.6|
|Univ. of California – Davis, CA||211||469||1.6|
|Univ. of Michigan – Ann Arbor, MI||210||781||1.6|
|Cornell University – Ithaca, NY||198||530||1.5|
|Univ. of Florida – Gainesville, FL||189||854||1.4|
|Emory University – Atlanta, GA||184||307||1.4|
|Washington Univ. in St. Louis – St. Louis, MO||182||357||1.4|
|Rutgers University – New Brunswick, NJ||180||393||1.3|
|Duke University – Durham, NC||179||398||1.3|
|Univ. of Southern California – Los Angeles, CA||163||399||1.2|
|Univ. of Virginia – Charlottesville, VA||162||342||1.2|
|Johns Hopkins University – Baltimore, MD||162||406||1.2|
|Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – Champaign, IL||153||395||1.1|
|Northwestern University – Evanston, IL||149||422||1.1|
|University of Maryland – College Park, MD||147||305||1.1|
|New York University – New York, NY||145||372||1.1|
|University of Toronto – Toronto, ON||142||325||1.1|
|Stony Brooke University – Stony Brook, NY||137||234||1.0|
|Stanford University – Stanford, CA||134||260||1.0|
|Univ. of Pennsylvania – Philadelphia, PA||132||294||1.0|
|Boston University – Boston, MA||130||326||1.0|
|Rice University – Houston, TX||114||268||0.8|
|Univ. of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, NC||106||219||0.8|
|McMaster University – Hamilton, ON||103||453||0.8|
|Univ. of Arizona – Tuscon, AZ||100||406||0.7|
|Univ. of Illinois at Chicago – Chicago, IL||100||236||0.7|
|The Ohio State University – Columbus, OH||96||502||0.7|
|Georgia Institute of Technology – Atlanta, GA||93||192||0.7|
|Univ. of Georgia – Athens, GA||93||440||0.7|
|Univ. of Houston – Houston, TX||93||197||0.7|
|Univ. of Western Ontario – London, ON||92||169||0.7|
|Yale University – New Haven, CT||91||239||0.7|
|Univ. of California – Riverside, CA||90||185||0.7|
|Univ. of Hawaii at Manoa – Honolulu, HI||85||108||0.6|
|Case Western Reserve Univ. – Cleveland, OH||84||196||0.6|
|Harvard University – Cambridge, MA||83||265||0.6|
|Baylor University – Waco, TX||80||328||0.6|
|Brown University – Providence, RI||79||261||0.6|
|Penn State Univ. – University Park, PA||79||314||0.6|
|Columbia University – New York, NY||78||218||0.6|
|Loyola University Chicago – Chicago, IL||78||241||0.6|
|Virginia Commonwealth Univ. – Richmond, VA||78||170||0.6|
|Univ. of Pittsburgh – Pittsburgh, PA||77||283||0.6|
|Texas A & M Univ. – College Station, TX||76||388||0.6|
|Univ. of British Columbia – Vancouver, BC||76||114||0.6|
|Vanderbilt University – Nashville, TN||76||280||0.6|
|Saint Louis Univ. – St. Louis, MO||75||172||0.6|
|Univ. of Chicago – Chicago, IL||75||174||0.6|
|Univ. of Connecticut – Storrs, CT||75||249||0.6|
|Univ. of Wisconsin – Madison, WI||75||439||0.6|
|Univ. of Miami – Coral Gables, FL||74||334||0.5|
|McGill University – Montreal, QC||72||206||0.5|
|Univ. of Oklahoma – Norman, OK||66||243||0.5|
|Drexel Univ. – Philadelphia, PA||65||125||0.5|
|Univ. of Minnesota Twin Cities – Minneapolis, MN||65||336||0.5|
|Univ. of South Florida – Tampa, FL||65||366||0.5|
|Wayne State Univ. – Detroit, MI||62||198||0.5|
|Princeton Univ. – Princeton, NJ||60||156||0.4|
|Mass Institute of Technology – Cambridge, MA||59||117||0.4|
|Arizona State Univ. – Tempe, AZ||56||374||0.4|
|Indiana University – Bloomington, IN||54||271||0.4|
|Univ. of Central Florida – Orlando, FL||53||321||0.4|
|State Univ. of New York – Binghampton, NY||51||164||0.4|
|Univ. of Notre Dame – Norte Dame, IN||277||0.4|
|Boston College – Chestnut Hill, MA||50||194||0.4|
Now that you're armed with the data, it only makes sense to put this to use so that you can actually become the next doctor in your family.
Even if you have parents or other family members who are doctors it only makes sense to work with an expert who knows the medical school admissions process inside out.
Plus, I have a strong track record of getting asian medical school applicants into medical school.
If you'd like to be my next success story then we need to talk.
Getting into medical school is extremely competitive where 60% of first time applicants are REJECTED.
But that doesn't have to happen to you and it's never too early to think about how you'll look in the white coat and stethoscope. Plus, the M.D. will look amazing behind your name.