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Post-Bacc Pre-Med Application

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Office of Graduate and Extended Programs has extended the final application deadline for the Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical program to April 30 to accommodate the delays our applicants are experiencing. If you expect a delay beyond April 30 with any of your application materials, please contact us at



The 2020 Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program application is now open to highly motivated men and women with successful undergraduate academic careers who want to pursue a degree in medical, dental, or veterinary school. 

Submit your application for Summer 2020 enrollment via a common application (the PostBacCAS Application), where you will also submit the required application materials:

  • Official transcripts showing completion of a 4-year undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution. An undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.5 is recommended.
  • Two academic letters of recommendation. If you have been out of school for 2+ years, professional recommendations are accepted.
  • One page statement of purpose
  • Professional resume/CV
  • GRE Scores (less than 5-years old) **See message below**
  • PostBacCAS Application Fee



As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made the following updates to our GRE requirement:

  • If you have taken the GRE but have not received your official scores, we will accept a copy of your unofficial score report for the application review process. Upload the copy to your submitted application portal or email it to us at
  • If your GRE test site has closed and cancelled your appointment, ETS has online testing options as well. Check the ETS website for updates or scheduling information.
  • If you are unable to schedule the GRE or feel unsafe going to a GRE testing site, please contact us at We will consider applicants without GRE scores on a case-by-case basis.

If you haven't submitted your application, review the PostBacCAS Common Application COVID-19 FAQ.

Please review the Agnes Scott College Response to the Global Coronavirus Outbreak for all general College updates.



Applications are accepted for summer admission.* Summer 2020 term begins May 26, 2020.

Summer 2020 Application Deadlines:

  • Priority Consideration: December 1, 2019
  • Regular Deadline: February 15, 2020
  • Final Deadline: Extended to April 30, 2020
*Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis, so early application submission is encouraged. The application review occurs after an applicant's file is submitted and all materials are received. 
Students are eligible to apply for fall enrollment only if they successfully completed General Chemistry I and II (within the last five years).



Applicants should take time to review these important considerations before applying into our PBPM program:

  • Applicants are required to be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the United States.
  • The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is required for admission. Waivers of this requirement are not considered. Details about scheduling the GRE can be found at
  • Students are only eligible to apply for fall enrollment if they have completed General Chemistry I and II (within the past 5 years).
  • Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis, so early application submission is encouraged for this competitive program.
  • Review of an application will occur only after the file has been submitted and contains all of the required components; incomplete files will not be reviewed.
  • Admitted students typically have two weeks from the date of the admission letter to accept the offer of admission and submit a $350 nonrefundable enrollment deposit.
  • Applicants who have completed more than half the medical school admissions requirements offered in our program curriculum within the last five years will not be considered for this program.
  • The college typically does not allow post-baccalaureate students to retake courses they took as undergraduates, unless the courses were taken more than five years ago. The exceptions to this policy are the general chemistry courses offered during summer school. It is recommended that students who took general chemistry more than three years ago retake the courses in order to build a solid foundation for organic chemistry.
  • This program is not designed for students who are seeking to enhance their undergraduate science GPA and/or improve their MCAT scores. Individuals seeking to raise their undergraduate science GPA and/or improve their MCAT scores should refer to the American Association of Medical Colleges website to find an academic record enhancement program.
  • Students in this program attend class on a full-time basis to provide them with the rigorous academic study needed to prepare for medical school, as follows:
    Summer Semester: Classes meet during the day, Monday - Thursday
    Fall and Spring Semester: Classes meet during the day, Monday - Friday

Contact us at if you have any questions.