If you are re-applying to the University of Minnesota Medical School, please review some helpful information below.
The University of Minnesota Medical School Twin Cities MD program is encouraging all applicants to complete an online situational judgment test administered by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) as part of their application for the 2021 cycle.
Current University of Minnesota Reapplication Policy:
Beginning with Cycle 2020, applicants are able to apply to any program multiple times, TC MD, Duluth MD, or MSTP; there is no limit to the number of times you can apply. This new policy also applies to applicants who have already applied to any program three times.
Additional helpful information:
Though you can submit multiple applications beginning in Cycle 2020, after your first application, you may want to consider waiting a year if you feel you need more experiences that help you demonstrate the essential and desired qualities of an ideal medical student. For some individuals, applying immediately may be the right option especially if you have spent your initial application year preparing for the possibility of having to reapply a second time. The Admissions Committee will expect to see differences and improvements in subsequent applications. You are also required to submit updated letters of recommendation; however, you may use previous recommenders.
Please use our applicant self-assessment guides to help better understand your current application and what you may need to do to improve it for the future.
|Twin Cities Campus
|The Office of Admissions is not scheduling feedback appointments at this time. Please use the Self-Assessment Guide to help prepare your next application.|
|Please use the Self-Assessment Guide to help prepare your next application. If you would like to schedule an individual feedback appointment, please contact the Office of Admissions. Appointments are only scheduled during the months of April through July for applicants that have no open applications at other institutions.|