The top two spots on the medical school admissions charts for 2017-18 may not look very impressive.
But for many graduates of the most prestigious medical schools, the stakes are high.
According to a new report from the National Center for Education Statistics, a new wave of students are entering the medical field and becoming doctors.
According, the number of applicants for medical schools jumped from 1,800 to 1,935 in the past three years, and the average student GPA jumped from 3.45 to 3.75.
In total, the report found, the total number of medical school applications in 2017-2018 surpassed 2 million, and they will increase by 10 million to 2.6 million by 2021.
This is a good sign for those hoping to land a spot in a top-tier medical school.
Medical schools are considered one of the top jobs in the country, and there are several jobs in medicine that offer a good chance of a good pay and a high-paying job.
The medical industry has had a hard time adjusting to the new influx of students in the last few years.
Medical students have seen a drop in enrollment and job offers.
They also face higher debt than they did a decade ago.
To get into medical school, students need to have an A2, B2, or C2 grade in the final two years of high school.
The average medical school applicant had to take at least two classes of A- to B-grade in high school, according to the report.
That’s an uphill battle, especially for medical students who often struggle with English and social studies.
According to the medical schools admissions report, the average medical student had to complete only one class of English in high-school, while the average candidate had to pass two classes.
The medical school application process is especially difficult for students who need help with the medical curriculum.
Students are also increasingly applying to more than one medical school at a time.
This means that a number of students may not even get a chance to complete the course requirements in each of their top schools.
This report has more on medical schools.