To further enhance our holistic review process during the 2023 application cycle, we are recommending applicants take the AAMC PREviewTM Professional Readiness Exam. It is a situational judgment test assessing the pre-professional competencies that we believe are essential for success as a student and physician. We consider this score as just one part of our process. Again we are recommending not requiring the exam. If you choose not to take the exam, it does not affect your application.
We will post information on our FAQs site soon.
- Must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident, or Canadian citizen or confirmed Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) status at the time of application. If you are an international student, you must apply to the International Medicine Program.
- Receipt of an undergraduate bachelor's degree from an accredited U.S. or Canadian college or university is required before matriculation. Online coursework or transfer coursework from foreign schools is not acceptable.
- MCAT exam scores are required, regardless of the version, and must be completed from April 2018 through September 2022. We do not accept scores from the previous version of the MCAT.
- Regarding AAMC PREview, more information is listed in our FAQs section.
- Meet our technical standards requirements.
- With the Development of AAMC/HHMI scientific and personal competencies, the George Washington University Committee on Admissions for M.D. Programs have moved from strict premedical requirements to competency-based recommendations. Mastery of these competencies should be reflected in strong academic performance, MCATs, experiences, and letter(s) of recommendation.
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