MOE2013Profile for the School of Medicine Entering Class of 2013

Completed applications: 966
Applicants interviewed:  531
Matriculated students: 125 (includes 3 non-resident MD/PhD)

  • 70 Women
  • 55 Men
  • Average age of the incoming class: 23
  • First Generation College: 21
  • Matriculants represent 80 cities and towns and 11 counties
    across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

10 Most commonly represented undergraduate schools in first year class
(listed alphabetically):

  1. Bates College
  2. Boston College
  3. Boston University
  4. Brown University
  5. Georgetown University

6.  Johns Hopkins University
7.  Northeastern University
8.  Tufts University
9.  University of Massachusetts
10. Wellesley College

Average GPA: 3.64
Average MCAT score: 10.69

Admissions Office Newsletter-Entering Class of 2013

 2013 Residency Match Data

Residency Match Placement 2013
Match Program Results 1974-2013
Match Program Distribution 1999-2013

The following reflects available data as of August, 2013:

National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) – United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) PASS Rates for 1st Time Test-Takers:

  • Step 1 – 98% in 2012
  • Step 2 Clinical Knowledge (CK) – 98% in AY 11/12
  • Step 2 Clinical Skills (CS) – 99% in AY11/12
  • Step 3 – 99% of the Class of 2010 taking the exam between May 2010 and December 2012

Residency Match

  • 61% of 2012 graduates matched to their 1st choice for a residency program compared to 54% of all U.S. medical school graduates.

Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) – Graduation Questionnaire (GQ)
The GQ is a national questionnaire administered annually by the AAMC since 1978 to U.S. graduating medical students.

  • 98% of 2012 graduates responded “Agree/Strongly Agree” when rating their overall satisfaction with their medical education as compared to 89% of all U.S. medical school graduates.

Survey of Recent Graduates
This survey is administered annually by UMMS to all UMMS alumni upon completion of their 1st year of residency.

  • 95% of 2011 graduates responded “Agree/Strongly Agree” when retrospectively rating their overall satisfaction with their UMMS education after completing their 1st year of residency