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    Dana
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    Dear Admissions boards consultant,

    I am currently finishing up my PHD in neuroscience at the University of Texas at Austin. I plan on pursuing my dream of medical school and I have a few questions related to that:

    1. Are there any 2-year MD programs for graduate students from a medical related school from a great university?
    I know there used to be a program in Miami.

    2. If there are no short programs, are there any 4-year MD programs that will give me credit for the upper levels classes I took in graduate school?

    2. Which universities do not require MCAT from graduate students or just in general? maybe some would be willing with an early application

    Thank you,
    Dana

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    mod
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    Hi Dana and welcome to Admissions Boards!

    I don’t believe you’re going to be able to waive any of the 4-year medical school curriculum but you are welcome to repost this to the Ask AdmissionsConsultants thread in the medical school section for a far more expert opinion. Please be sure to click “Reply to Topic” and not “New Topic”.

    Best of luck!

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