SEA was formed in the summer of 2020 in response to concerns about the medical school admissions cycle. Our initial 3 goals were reflected in the following hashtag campaigns.


Gaining acceptance to medical school is difficult in a normal year, but the challenges posted by the COVID-19 pandemic have created new barriers that make it even more difficult on applicants. To ensure that the medical school class of 2025 is as diverse, talented, and outstanding as possible, we are asking for the academic medicine community to advocate for 3 initial goals.


We are encouraging medical school admissions committees to join several excellent institutions around the nation in the decision to make the MCAT exam optional this admissions cycle, and mask previous scores of applicants (if they request) who were planning on retaking the exam this Spring.


We request that medical schools give equal consideration to students whose applications were delayed at the verification phase (particularly those affected by university-level closures).


We ask AdComs to work directly with premedical students and the AAMC to ensure clearer communication and transparency in future admissions cycles, as outlined by the Students for Ethical Admissions.


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