How to Apply
Evening Post-baccalaureate Pre-medical program applications are now being accepted for the 2021–2022 academic year.
Application to a health professional school is approximately a year-long process. Along with the pre-medical science course requirements, the MCAT is a requirement for application to medical schools. Candidates for medical school are advised to apply to the American Medical College Application Service and/or the Association of American Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Application Service following completion of the program. This usually gives a student a year before gaining acceptance into medical school. During this time, a student is encouraged to continue to gain experience in a clinical setting, participate in volunteer work, or take upper division coursework.
Admission into the program is quite competitive because of the limited number of seats. Candidates for admission to the Evening Post-baccalaureate Pre-medical program must possess the following credentials:
- A bachelor's degree from an accredited U.S. college or university or an international equivalent.
- A cumulative 3.0 undergraduate GPA.
- Standardized examination scores: SAT range of >60th percentile; ACT score of 20 or higher; GRE range of 60th percentile. We strongly encourage submission of a standardized examination score. At the discretion of the admissions committee, individual applicants who do not submit scores will still be considered for acceptance.
- Completion of college algebra and trigonometry or a higher level math course (e.g., Calculus I) is a prerequisite for the program (grade of B or greater). In order for our students to be successful in General Physics, it is imperative that they possess a foundational understanding of math.
- Starting in 2018: if you lack the math requirement, an online math course will be offered in the fall semester.
- Must be a United States citizen or permanent resident.
Applying to the Evening Post-baccalaureate Pre-medical Program
The application deadline is August 2, 2021.
As part of their application, prospective students must provide:
- Official transcripts from all colleges and universities where coursework was attempted or taken
- Personal statement/essay:
This personal statement is an opportunity for you to let us know how you believe this program will benefit your career. Use your personal statement as an opportunity to distinguish yourself from other applicants. Consider and write your personal statement carefully. Some questions you may want to consider while writing this essay are:
- How do you believe this program will enhance your academic record?
- Why have you selected the field of medicine or another health profession?
- What motivates you to pursue and learn science and how does it relate to medicine?
- In addition, you may wish to include information such as:
- Unique hardships, challenges, or obstacles that may have influenced your educational pursuits.
- Commentary on significant fluctuations in your academic record that are not explained elsewhere in your application.
- Provide us with a timeline for your career goals and what activities you will be pursuing while attending our program.
- Three letters of evaluation from college faculty, supervisors, employers, etc., who are familiar with the applicants work ethic and desire to enter the medical field. Letters of evaluation may be submitted through Interfolio.
- For those individuals far removed from the college years, additional factors, or other more recent coursework, will be considered
Upload your résumé as part of your admission application or through the Discover Drexel portal after you submit your application.
- Application fee $35 paid through the Drexel Online Application Portal
- GRE school code 2194
- Please go to services.aamc.org/mcatthx and release an official copy of your MCAT scores to our program "Drexel Medical Science Program"
Instructions for Applying Online
- Click on yellow "APPLY NOW" box on the right side of this page
- Login to "Returning User" or create a new account "First Time User"
- Click on "Start New Application" at the bottom of the page
- Select Application Type "Fall 2021–Summer 2022"
- Next, choose drop down menu option "2021–2022 Graduate"
- Click on "Create an Application" box
- Open Application
- All information in "Personal" must be completed first
- Then, go to "Application Information"
- For Academic Area of Interest choose "Medicine"
- For Program choose: "Evening Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program, PBC"
Evening Post-baccalaureate Pre-medical Hybrid Program
The Evening Post-baccalaureate Pre-medical Hybrid program is available for our employed students who desire a transition into the health professions. This program will provide all lectures online while preserving in-person lab experiences. The Evening Post-baccalaureate Pre-medical Hybrid program will require that students meet with faculty for labs and assessments on a weekly schedule.
Learn more about the hybrid program
Mailing Application Materials
Please send your application materials to:
P.O. Box 34789
Philadelphia, PA 19101
Tuition for the Current Academic Year
Tuition information for the Evening Post-baccalaureate Pre-medical program is available on the Drexel Central website.
Financial Aid Information
This program is not eligible for federal financial aid. Financial aid is available from sources, such as private organizations, or from employment tuition remission programs. Financial aid may be in the form of loans, grants, scholarships or part-time employment. For information regarding financing your education, please visit Drexel Central.
Apply to the Evening Post-baccalaureate Pre-medical program
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