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The medical profession is a desired occupation for many college students. Although many med schools can be highly selective in who they admit, the national average remains around 50 percent.

The percentage, however, is significantly higher for recent Cedarville University premed majors, according to data released by the university's office of career services. In the report, 78 percent of premed majors gained admittance into med school (69 percent on their first attempt), while 100 percent of its allied health graduates over the past five years were admitted into graduate school.

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