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Enter your statistics and other demographic information to see where you stand:
Your equivalent old MCAT score is a 25
Your chance of gaining admission to at least one medical school based on official AAMC historic data
There are applicants that applied with a GPA in the range of and an MCAT in the range of . Out of those applicants, 5 were accepted to at least one medical school.

Your LizzyM Score is
% of all had a LOWER or EQUAL score
% of all had a HIGHER score
Where you fall on the LizzyM distribution curve of all all?

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About the LizzyM Score

LizzyM, SDN member and medical school admissions committee member, is the inventor of theLizzyM Score. The score allows you to see if you are a competitive applicant at a given school. If your LizzyM Score is far below or above the average, you may not be a good fit. If your score is far below, your application may be screened out due to numerical cutoffs. If it is far above, the school may assume they are your “safety” school and that you won’t attend if they offer an acceptance. This score should be used only as a guide to help you select schools and is not a guarantee of acceptance at any school. If you use this as your sole criteria to select medical schools to apply to, you don’t deserve to get in anyway.


The AAMC has released limited aggregate data on the 2016-2019 application cycles which we have incorporate under this section of the application assistant. Please note that because this data is limited we cannot offer all of the interactive graphs and analysis we provide for the data from 2013-2016. We recommend exploring both data options to allow you to make the most informed decisions. We expect new data to be released at the start of 2019.