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  1. Duña_

    To My Fellow DAT Re-Takers...

    Hello all! I took my DAT today, (3/31/2018) and am underwhelmed to say the least. AA: 19 TS: 19 BIO: 19 GC: 19 OC: 18 RC: 22 QR: 18 PA: 18 Undergraduate Cumulative GPA: 3.43 Undergraduate Science GPA: 3.2 I was particularly surprised with QR since it seemed ridiculously easy compared to...
  2. TwinOne

    MCAT Retake: How to study while working full time

    Hi everyone. I took the MCAT September 9th and received a 508 (127/125/126/130). I did sign up to retake on March 24th but I have been on the fence on whether or not I should retake. I feel like I can do better but am worried that because I haven't been studying much and am now working full time...
  3. S

    I need a second opinion on what I have to do!!!

    Hi all, So currently I am working in a lab that I just started 3 months ago. It's a work study position where I do basic lab work for the researchers and then the basic "bitch" work that undergrads do, such as restocking, throwing trash, etc. I joined the lab because I honestly wanted to gain...
  4. DJHanzel

    Gap Year Full-Time Scribe Position in Charleston, SC

    Leaving my scribe position to go to medical school. Looking for a replacement, specifically female pre med student taking a gap year. Message me if interested!
  5. executivewaffle

    WAMC: Goucher, Bryn Mawr

    Edit: Hi, everyone. I'm always left a bit frustrated when OP doesn't deliver so I'm back to close the loop. It is now March 2018. I made the post below on March 2017. I was invited to interview at both Goucher and Bryn Mawr and at some other postbac programs. I will be starting at Bryn Mawr in...
  6. B

    Part-time Student and Full-time Scribe

    I am currently a senior and I will be taking 2 gap years after I graduate in May. However, I was just offered a pediatric scribe position beginning in January. This is a perfect opportunity for me because I intend to go into pediatrics and what better way to make sure I want to do this than to...
  7. J

    Please help me plan the application process

    Hi, I graduated with my B.S. in Chemical Engineering in Texas this year. I'd really appreciate some planning advice. As far as I understand, engineering courses strictly don't count as science courses anymore in BCPM (a med advisor at my school said that). If that's the case, my final cGPA is...