Medical schools look beyond MCAT to assess applicants

A small number of U.S. medical schools have changed their admissions protocol to go beyond MCAT scores and look at other measures, such as a student's life experiences, socioeconomic status, and cultural and ethnic background. The policies have increased the number of students from under-represented groups accepted into medical school but also have created significantly more work for college admissions offices.

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