Each year the number of qualified applicants exceeds the number of positions available in our incoming class. If you applied to the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health MD Program and were not accepted, you are not alone.
If you are considering reapplying, you must first assess your application and evaluate your strengths and weaknesses. We suggest that you start by setting up an appointment with your school’s premed advisor. These advisors have a great deal of expertise, and they can provide insight by sharing how your application compares to those of your school’s alumni who have successfully applied to medical school.
Reapplying to medical school means committing to an improvement plan. Most unsuccessful applications need improvement in at least one of the following areas:
- MCAT scores
- Medical exposure
If you still have questions about your strategy for reapplying after meeting with your school’s premedical advisor, you can schedule an appointment with our admissions advisor, Becky Duffy, at email@example.com.
Letters of recommendation for reapplicants
If you are reapplying to the UW School of Medicine and Public Health MD Program, all letters must be submitted via AMCAS. It is recommended that two new letters of recommendation be submitted (one academic and one nonacademic). Other letters may be resubmitted and/or updated and resubmitted. If you wish, you may submit all new letters. For the Regular MD program, the Admissions Committee requests a total of four letters per applicant. No letters from previous applications will be accessible.