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SELECTION CRITERIA

Each applicant for admission is considered on the basis of their academic record, letters of recommendation, and the student's record of involvement in college and community activities. Central to our selection process is a personal interview which allows the University to assess the applicant's background, aptitude and in particular, the motivation for the study of medicine. The Admissions Committee selects those applicants who, in its judgment, appear to be best qualified for the study and practice of medicine.

While there is no exact formula, which can determine, whether you will be accepted for admission, the admissions committee basis its decisions on a combination of factors including undergraduate grade point average, grade point average in required pre-medical course work, advanced Biology and Chemistry courses, letters of recommendation, personal essays, the interview, work history, and professional or volunteer experiences.

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Premed-MD program:

High School Graduate - 12th grade or equivalent (Who do not have one year of Biology and Chemistry after high school)
MD program:  Undergraduates or students enrolled in Undergraduate programs with One year of Biology and Chemistry after high school.

     
  Chemistry (with labs) 1 year
  General Biology 1 year
  Physics (with labs) 1 semester (recommended)
     
Details
Premed
MD
Premed Subjects
MD Subjects
12th grade( US and Canadian High School graduates) 1 yr (2 Blocks) 4yrs( 10 Semesters )
  • Basic Biochemistry
  • Basic Anatomy·
  • Basic Physiology·
  • Cell Biology
Refer to the Course details
Bachelor of Sciences with one year of Biology and Chemistry or 12th grade (International high school graduates with Biology and Chemistry in 11th and 12th, eg: India and other Asian countries with the eligibility to medical schools in the country of origin and graduation) Not Required 4yrs(10 Semesters) Not Required Refer to the Course details

 

WHO listed Schooling
Windsor Exams
Credit
Transcript
Transferring in to basic sciences:- Course work completed. Exams not done, Transcript's not available
Must
Required
NO
Academic Standing required from Transferring School

Transcript Not Required

Transferring in to basic sciences:- Course work completed. Exams done, Transcript's available
Must
Not Required
Variable
Transcript Required
Transferring in to basic sciences:- Course work completed. Exams done, Transcript's not available
Must
Required
NO
Academic Standing required from Transferring School

Transcript Not Required

 

WHO listed Schooling
Windsor Exams
Credit
Transcript
Transferring in to clinical sciences:- Course work completed. Exams not done, Transcript's not available
Must
Required
Variable
Academic Standing required from Transferring School

Transcript required

Transferring in to clinical sciences:- Course work completed. Exams done, Transcript's available
Must
Required
Variable
Transcript required
Transferring in to clinical sciences:- Course work completed. Exams done, Transcript's not available
Must
Required
Variable
Academic Standing required from Transferring School

Transcript required

Applicants who completed their undergraduate studies in countries having an educational system different from that of the United States will be evaluated on their merits but will be expected to have completed educational requirements comparable to those of students from the United States. All required documents, if originally in a foreign language, must be translated into English and submitted along with a notarized translation. All transcripts documenting post-secondary course work done in institutions outside the United States must also be evaluated by an approved credential evaluation service. Contact the Admissions Office for more information on these matters.

TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE ( TOEFL )

Applicants who have not taken a sufficient amount of their academic coursework in English must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and present the official record of the scores. The Windsor University School of Medicine TOEFL Institutional Code Number is ______. The minimum acceptable score is 550.

ADMISSIONS PROCESS

Serious consideration is given to all candidates whose undergraduate work (and performance on the MCAT if submitted) indicates that they have the potential to excel in the study of medicine. In assessing that potential, the Committee evaluates all factors related to the applicant's scholastic record.

Although scholastic performance is an important consideration in the admissions process, it is not the only factor considered. The Committee also considers letters of recommendation, the applicant's record of accomplishments beyond the scholastic, pre-medical committee evaluations, and his or her personal qualities. Also desirable is documentation of any meaningful exposure to medicine.

Those whose application documents are judged to be indicative of the potential necessary for successfully completing the prescribed course of study will be invited for an interview, generally within two to four weeks after the application is received. Persons whose applications are incomplete or whose qualifications are not acceptable will be so notified. The Admissions Committee's decision is communicated by letter to the applicant as soon as possible after the interview.

After receiving notification of admission, the student must place a $500 deposit to hold his or her place in the class. This deposit shall be credited to the first semester's tuition.

TRANSFER APPLICANTS

Transfer applicants interested in attending Windsor University School of Medicine should contact the school to determine eligibility and acceptance requirements.

   
 
 
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