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2013 Top 10 Medical Schools

According to U.S.News & World Report

Applying to graduate school is a journey that involves deciding what to study, finding the right school, and submitting applications to competitive programs. To put you on that path, each year, U.S.News & World Report surveys more than 1,200 graduate schools and programs and ranks them according to our methodology.
Here, we offer a sneak peek of the 2013 Best Graduate Schools rankings.
U.S. News surveyed programs at 149 fully accredited medical schools. In alphabetical order, here are the top 10 highest-ranked medical schools for research and primary care.
Research school (name) (state)
Columbia University (NY)
Duke University (NC)
Harvard University (MA)
Johns Hopkins University (MD)
Stanford University (CA)
University of California--San Francisco
University of Chicago (Pritzker)
University of Michigan--Ann Arbor
University of Pennsylvania (Perelman)
University of Washington
Washington University in St. Louis
Yale University (CT)
Primary care school (name) (state)
Oregon Health and Science University
University of California--Los Angeles (Geffen)
University of California--San Francisco
University of Colorado--Denver
University of Massachusetts--Worcester
University of Michigan--Ann Arbor
University of Minnesota
University of Nebraska Medical Center
University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill
University of Washington

The actual ranking and score of these and other graduate schools will be available March 13, 2012, on
(Note: Due to ties, there are more than 10 schools listed among research schools.)
Access the U.S. News Medical School Compass for more in-depth rankings and searchable data, tools, and an expanded directory of programs.

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