A few days ago

I am applying for a post bacculrate pre med program?

I was wondering if med schools look at it differently and if the school is tied to a med school does that up my chances of getting in?

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A few days ago
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Well, of course. All education is considered by the admission committee. I would like to write a long answer, but it’s that simple.

A few days ago
If you are concerned that an admissions committee will view your pre-med courses post bac, the answer is no. That’s more of a positive.

Yes, the best chance of getting accepted to a med school is if you attend the undergrad associated with it. I hope you are a resident of the state, too, as approximately 70% of matriculants are residents of the state.