Which 10 medical schools had the lowest acceptance rates in 2015?

After releasing its 2017 Best Graduate Schools rankings earlier this week, U.S. News & World Report has unveiled the nation's 10 most selective medical schools for the 2015-16 academic year.

To collect data, U.S. News & World Report surveyed 170 medical schools. Between the following 10 schools, there was an average of 8,362 applicants and only 232 acceptances per school.

Here are the top 10 medical schools with the lowest acceptance rates, according to U.S. News & World Report.

1. Mayo Clinic Medical School (Rochester, Minn.) — 1.8 percent acceptance rate
2. Florida State University College of Medicine (Tallahassee) — 2.4 percent
3. Stanford (Calif.) University School of Medicine — 2.6 percent
4. George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences (Washington, D.C.) — 2.7 percent
5. Brown University–Alpert Medical School (Providence, R.I.) — 2.8 percent
5. Georgetown University School of Medicine (Washington, D.C.) — 2.8 percent
5. University of California–Davis School of Medicine (Sacramento) — 2.8 percent
8. Wake Forest School of Medicine (Winston-Salem, N.C.) — 2.9 percent
9. University of California–Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine — 3.1 percent
10. University of California–San Diego School of Medicine — 3.4 percent

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