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Early Decision Application to AMCAS - August 1
Early Decision Application complete at Einstein - August 15
Early Decision Notification - October 1
Earliest date for submission of AMCAS application - June 1
Latest date for submission of AMCAS application – Nov. 1
Latest date for submission of transcripts to AMCAS - Nov. 15
Oldest acceptable MCAT scores for 2014 entering class - 2010
Latest date for completion of application for the
.- February 15; December 1 for the
Earliest date for letter of acceptance for the regular M.D. - January 15
Offers of acceptance must be acknowledged by completion of the online Acceptance Acknowledgement Form and the online Technical Standards Acknowledgement Form within two weeks of the date of the letter of acceptance (within ten days if accepted after May 1). Where applicable, all supporting documentation regarding Technical Standards must be received within three weeks of the date of the letter. Failure to meet either deadline will result in forfeiture of the acceptance.
All accepted students must remit a $100 deposit to hold their place in the class on or before April 1 (deposits should not be sent before then but must be postmarked not later than April 1). Applicants accepted after April 1 must remit the deposit within two weeks of the date of the acceptance letter. Applicants accepted after May 1 have ten days from the date of the letter of acceptance to remit the deposit. Acceptances will be revoked if all acknowledgements are not made by the deadline.
Latest date for interview - April 30
Deposit refundable until - June 1
Requests for deferred enrollment - June 1
Latest date to hold multiple acceptances - May 15 (April 30 for MD/PhD candidates)
Biochemistry Preparatory Course Commences for 2013 first-year entrants: July 29 through August 9
One-half first-year tuition due for 2013 first-year entrants – August 5
One-half first-year tuition due for 2013 first-year entrants who are Canadian citizens: July 15
Two year's full tuition due for international students who are not Canadian citizens: July 15
Orientation for MSTP students begins: July 2-3
Orientation for MD students begins: August 12-14
White Coat Ceremony: August 15
Applicants who have indicated on their AMCAS application and their Einstein Secondary application that they will receive a Baccalaureate degree or an advanced degree by the time they begin their medical studies
complete the degree, or must write to the Admissions Committee 60 days prior to Orientation to explain the reasons for the incomplete, and to request permission for entrance.
All transcripts for first-year entrants must be received by the Office of Admissions by July 15; June 24 for MSTP students. (No student will be allowed to register at Orientation without a complete set of transcripts. His/her place in the class will be forfeited automatically on the deadline date, and the place filled immediately.) Official transcripts are valid when they are issued by the school attended. They have an official seal/stamp and an official signature by an appropriate academic administrative officer. They are sealed by the university.
Photocopied documents are NOT official.
Final transcripts state that a degree has been conferred and provide the date of conferral. Transcripts are required from all schools attended, whether or not a degree was conferred.
Attendance at Orientation is mandatory. All incoming first-year students must be present or forfeit their place in the class. Students who are unable to attend for reasons of severe emergency and/or acute illness must contact the Admissions Office before 8:30 via telephone (718-430-2106) and leave a voicemail. A doctor's note will be required within one week of Orientation and will be reviewed by the Office of Student Affairs. In extraordinary cases, students who have made prior arrangements by providing proper documentation to the Admissions Office by August 1, may be excused only with written permission from the Admissions Office.
Accepted students should become familiar with the online
that describes the paperless curriculum.
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