Southwestern Ontario Applicants
Schulich Medicine is viewed as a leader in Distributed Medical Education, offering a dynamic and progressive curriculum in diversified environments throughout Southwestern Ontario, and providing medical students and residents exposure to patients, health systems and health challenges in regional, rural and urban sites.
Applicants from Southwestern Ontario are granted some flexibility with the minimum scores in the individual sections of the MCAT, as long as the combined total is met.
The Schulich Medicine Admissions Committee defines Southwestern Ontario as consisting of the following counties:
Applicants who completed all four years of high school and graduated from within these counties would be considered a Southwestern Ontario applicant.
If invited for an interview, Southwestern Ontario applicants must bring an original highschool transcript with them to their interview.
For the 2019/2020 application cycle, Southwestern Ontario applicants required the following minimum scores to be considered for an interview:
GPA 3.70 in each of the two best undergraduate years.
Each of the two years must also meet appropriate course-level and load requirements.
MCAT 380 total, with a minimum score achieved in each of the following sections of: