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U.S and Canadian medical schools will look at your GPA in undergrad. You do not need to do the SAT in order to apply to U.S med schools. The SAT and the MCAT are two completely different exams. One does not correlate to the other. I knew a guy who had an average SAT score, went to a state school and absolutely killed his undergrad (like 3.9+) and the MCAT (510).

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Cause atm im in high school and wolud like to do undergrad in canada. Just to make sure, after my undergrad if I want to apply in med school in US I would only require the MCAT and my undergrad GPA. No SAT's. 

 

I know the grammer isnt great in a rush.

Thx to whoever replies.

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