Icahn Mission Statement
The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai advances science, medicine, and health care delivery for the benefit of humanity through a culture of excellence, innovation, collaboration, and inclusive diversity. We conduct groundbreaking research; educate and nurture the next generation of exceptional clinicians, researchers, teachers, and leaders; and deliver the most advanced compassionate care with an unwavering commitment to health equity.
Is it hard to get into the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai?
Admissions to the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is highly selective. There are typically over 7,000 applicants for a class size of 140 students. This class includes about 30 – 60 students admitted through the FlexMed pathway.
The average GPA is 3.85+ and MCAT is 519. Personal statements and secondary application responses are critical for presenting yourself as an applicant for the MD program.
Below we provide some insight into the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai admission process and secondary application items.
Icahn Secondary Application Questions
Icahn School of Medicine Application Timeline
AMCAS Application Deadline: October 1
Secondary Application Deadline: November 1
Letters of Recommendation: October 1
Interview Dates: September – February
Decision Notification: December – August
Additional Application Information:
*The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai accepted students on a rolling basis starting in December. An alternate list is assembled in March and students are often accepted off this list between March and pre-orientation in August.
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