Score calculations

The ranking list is established on the basis of qualification score expressed as a number ranging from 0 to 100, which is a sum of points calculated based on the following elements:

1. Mean score (GPA) of all courses listed on the official university/college transcript – scoring: from 0 to 20, calculated from the following formula:

y = 4 · {[(4 · (x – min))/(max – min)] + 1}

where:
y – points obtained by the applicant for the mean score (GPA),
x – mean score (GPA) for the courses,
min – lowest positive grade, in the scale in which the mean score of courses (GPA) was calculated,
max – highest positive grade, analogously to min;

2. Medical College Admission Test – MCAT (USA, Canada) or GAMSAT – scoring: from 0 to 40, scored as follows:

                     

MCAT

(from 2015)

498-499

500

501-502

503-504

505-506

507-508

509-510

511-512

513-514

515 and more

GAMSAT

56

57

58

59

60

61

62

63-64

65-66

67
and more

points

4

8

12

16

20

24

28

32

36

40

3. Interview – scoring: from 0 to 40; on the basis of the submitted documents, the applicants are approved for:

  • one personal/direct interview conducted by at least two members of the Examination Panel, or
  • two interviews (one of which may be carried out by telephone), each conducted by an individual member of the Examination Panel.

Mode of interviewing the applicant (a or b) is determined by the Faculty Recruitment Committee.

Subjects addressed during the interview(s):

  • curriculum vitae and motivation for undertaking medical studies,
  • experience in aid organizations (non-governmental, humanitarian, charity),
  • interpersonal skills and communicativeness,
  • interests.

Candidates will be approved for the next stage of the admission procedure if they score no less than 10 points during the interview.
Candidates who meet all the formal requirements and whose overall qualification score is at least 55 points will be admitted for the study programme.

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