Hi I am looking into the Biomedical Sciences Masters program at Roosevelt University in Chicago. My pre-health advisor was recommending schools that have a dental school associated with it, but I was wondering if anyone else on here had experience with this program, and if you did, how did it go?
I attached a screenshot of my current transcript with the grades I've earned so far. Obviously I'm not getting into medical school with these, although that is my ultimate goal. My cGPA is 2.88 and I know my sGPA is lower but I still have organic 1&2, physics 1&2, anatomy, virology, and calculus...
I got accepted to both of them for Fall 2018. I needed help deciding which one is better to got to. Which one has better chances of getting me into a dental school (asap)? Given, I perform the same and get at least a 3.5+ GPA in both. I have read some forms discussing Rutgers masters but there...
I was wondering if you guys thought I had any chance of getting into PCOM biomedical sciences program for the fall of 2018.
GPA over the past 2 years: 3.08
MCAT: 492 (retaking)
I have made significant progress over the last 2 semesters, making deans list. Do I have a shot?
I'm new to the forum this is my first post.
I was accepted to Liberty University's 2 year Biomedical sciences program which is 39 credit hours $580/hr. I was told I would be given a guaranteed acceptance into LUCOM if I maintain a 3.5 in the program and receive a 500 MCAT. 20 students...
I was just accepted to the Rutgers MBS Dental Scholars Program. I am still waiting to hear back from Tufts, Regis, and Tulane Biochem masters, but right now I am leaning toward Rutgers. I would love to connect with some others who are planning to attend this program as well.
This thread is for students recently accepted into the MABS Program at Midwestern, Glendale Campus.
If you have information, needing roommate, etc. please feel free to post on this thread. Best of luck to everyone in the near future