- Author: Myriam Grajales-Hall
The same trend was seen on the total number of first year enrollees to U.S. medical schools. Among Latinos, the number of first year enrolled students in 2011 was reported at 1,633 - a three percent increase compared to the 1,539 Latino students enrolled in 2010. Eight percent of enrolled students into U.S. medical schools in 2011 were Latino.
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Source: Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), More Hispanics Pursuing a Degree in Medicine School, January 26, 2012.