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WHY CHOOSE BROWN MEDICAL SCHOOL?


The most common reasons we’ve heard from students:

  • Flexible curriculum
  • Friendly environment
  • Liberal, always thinking about innovation
  • New public health school with lots of collaboration with the medical school
  • Compact campus
  • Providence, RI

Applications


Brown Alpert Medical School Secondary Application:

There are 2 Brown secondary application essays and another essay that discusses your schedule for the application year. Your answers to the questions can give the Brown Medical School admissions committee different insights about who you are, thus making your application stronger.

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Brown Alpert Medical School Secondary Essay Prompts (2018-2019):

Essay 1) NOTE: Interviews occur on Thursday’s and/or Friday’s beginning in mid-September and finishing in February. Please detail any significant limitations on your availability during this time, such as international travel, work or courses. You may use the text box below to explain your limited availability. (if none, leave blank) (500 characters)

Essay 2) Summarize your activities during the 2018-2019 academic year. Describe how your activities are preparing you for a medical career. (2000 characters)

Essay 3) How will your unique attributes (e.g., cultural or socioeconomic background, lifestyle, work experiences) add to the overall diversity of the Alpert Medical School community? (2000 characters)

Essay 4) What are your aspirations for your medical practice? Fast-forward to 15 years in the future: where do you imagine yourself? (3000 characters)

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Interview Format

Brown Alpert Medical School interviews are traditional format.

**Many of our students who have interviewed there are asked whether they want to live in Providence, RI. Make sure you have a good response to this!**

Based on our students’ experiences, they ask common medical school interview questions, such as the ones found in this blog: 4 Common Medical School Interview Questions and How to Answer Them

Want to learn more about how to prepare for your medical school interview? Get tips and tricks to ace interviews! Read our popular traditional interview preparation blogs here: 3 Tips to Ace Medical School Interviews

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Brown Medical School Acceptance Rate

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Brown Medical School Admissions Statistics:

  • Brown Medical School Median Undergraduate GPA: 3.77
  • Brown Medical School Average MCAT Score: 515 (129 chemical & physical / 128 critical analysis / 129 biological & biochemical / 130 psychological, social)

How did Brown Med Students Do on Their USMLE Step Exams?

  • Average Brown Medical School USMLE Step 1 Score: 234
  • Average Brown Medical School USMLE Step 2 Score: 247

Source: U.S. News Graduate School Rankings 2021

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The Insider’s View on Brown Medical School's Pre-clinical years

How to Get Into Brown Medical School – Know the Curriculum: 

Curriculum Overview:

The first two years at Brown Med are pre-clinical years. Then, you take USMLE Step 1. During your 3rd and 4th years, you are in clinical rotations. Your 4th year is completely flexible and you can choose to take whatever rotations (or “vacation”) you want.

One great option at Brown is the scholarly concentrations. These pursuits allow students to do scholarly research and take classes in a field of interest. There are several options for scholarly concentrations.

Scholarly Concentration Options:

  • Aging
  • Biomedical Informatics
  • Caring for Underserved Communities
  • Global Health
  • Health Policy
  • Integrative Health and Contemplative Practice
  • LGBTQ Healthcare and Advocacy
  • Medical Education
  • Medical Humanities and Ethics
  • Medical Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Physician as Communicator
  • Translational Research in Medicine
  • Women’s Reproductive Health

Pre-Clinical Years:

The first year is grounded on basic science and a “Doctoring” course where you learn clinical medicine physical exam skills. Additionally, there is a research methods in population medicine class throughout your entire first year. During your second year, you learn medicine in an organ-based fashion.

  • Cardiology
  • Pulmonology
  • Renal
  • Endocrine
  • Reproductive
  • Hematology
  • Gastrointestinal

 

How to Get Into Brown Medical School – Know Unique Characteristics: 

Unique highlights about pre-clinical years:

  • Scholarly concentration
  • Research funding, especially during the summer
  • Public health school collaborations

Taking Time Off:

Most MD candidates at Brown Medical School graduate within 4 years, but there is a lot of FLEXIBILITY in the curriculum and they allow students to take time off.

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The Insider’s View on Brown Medical School's clinical years

Brown Medical School Clinical Years:

Prior to starting your clerkships, you have a clinical skills class. Even during your core clinical rotations during your 3rd year, you still have elective time. You also have a longitudinal integrated clerkship where you work with one physician and see his or her panel of patients for the entirety of your clinical rotations.

Core Clerkships:

  • Family Medicine (6 weeks)
  • Internal Medicine (6 weeks)
  • OB/GYN (6 weeks)
  • Pediatrics (6 weeks)
  • Psychiatry (4 weeks)
  • Neurology (4 weeks)
  • Surgery (6 weeks)
  • Elective (6 weeks)

 

How to Get Into Brown Medical School – Know Unique Characteristics: 

Unique highlights about clinical years:

  • Ample elective time, even in the third year
  • Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship
  • You can pursue “Independent study”
  • Fourth years can participate in “Advanced Clinical Mentorship”

Clinical Rotation Sites:

  • Hasbro Children’s Hospital
  • Emma Pendelton Bradley Hospital
  • Kent Hospital
  • Hope Hospice & Palliative Care Rhode Island
  • Rhode Island Hospital
  • Providence VA Medical Center

What students are saying about clinical rotations at Brown

Housing

Where do students live?

Students mainly live in apartments or rent houses near Brown Medical School. There is some graduate-housing available.

Getting around:

You don’t necessarily need a car for Brown, although some students bring one so they can travel outside of Providence at their leisure.

How to Get Into Brown Medical School – Know The School Culture: 

financing

 

Financial Considerations:

  • You can apply for grants and financial aid with Brown’s financial aid office.
  • Brown Medical School Tuition and Fees: ~$67,000 in-state + ~$19,000 room and board
  • Average indebtedness of graduates: ~$154,000

Source: U.S. News Graduate School Rankings 2021

 

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