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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,


    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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