You must complete the Medical College Admission Test as part of your application packet for Case Western Reserve University's School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio. You can submit your application without the MCAT, but it is not complete until the admissions office has received your scores for review. This score helps the admissions office determine your qualifications to attend Case Western Reserve University.

Required MCAT Score

Case Western Reserve University doesn’t specifically define a required minimum MCAT score. The admissions office bases the decision on a number of factors, including your MCAT scores, previous academic courses, grades, recommendation letters and specific skill sets. However, the average student scores a 35.2 out of 45 on this exam, according to Pamela B. Davis, Dean of the School of Medicine and Vice President for Medical Affairs.

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