Hey guys, can you help me formulate a Medical School Application list with my stats?
Asian Girl. University of Virginia. In-state from Virginia.
508 MCAT (128/121/128/131). Hah yup, CARS went downhill. Construction during the exam and I was not in my best state of mind.
3.95 cGPA. I...
I am a 2nd year undergraduate student at Ohio State University studying Neuroscience. Currently, with my AP credit, I am able to finish my courses after 2.5 years, which would be in December 2021. I plan to complete my pre-med courses by the end of my second year (except for OChem 2, which I...
Can anyone please help me with the following issue:
Due to covid-19 the physicians that I was volunteering for are no longer working at the hospital. Now they both have agreed to write the letters but are concerned about the letter head. Should I make them a letter head, are there any tips on...
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I have been applying to post-bacc programs for grade-enhancement (I did my pre-med prerequisites in my undergrad) and was wondering if prestige of the post-bacc matters at all for future medical school applications. I'm curious because I was accepted into a post-bacc at a really...
I'm a freshman currently enrolled as a bioengineering major at UCLA. I was wondering if it would matter on a medical school application if I took one of my pre-major courses, Differential Equations, at a community college this summer rather than at my institution. My departmental advisor...
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I'm an American citizen living abroad in Israel. I want to complete a first degree in Israel that still leaves me the option of pursuing med school in America later on. Can I be accepted directly to med school with a first degree from a foreign country or would I still have to do a pre-med...
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A little bit of Background: I'm an EMT, and I want to eventually be an ER Physician. In December 2018 I'll have a BS in Behavioral Health Psychology, and in December 2020 I'll have a BS in Nursing.
The way my BSN is structured, I have a significant amount of space left over...
Hi! I am very new here and I know I need to get started on Medical requirements. Here are my stats so far:
Volunteer Work: 0
MCAT: Didn't take yet.
Race: Egyptian and Japanese (Does it count for affirmative action? I am put as black on my birth...
Hello everyone! I have been scouring forums from past years, trying to get an understanding of OU's timeline for interview offers and other application dates. I thought I would start a thread where people can discuss their information and personal experience from this application cycle (for...
I am a Junior at a small liberal arts school in SC. While we are a small school, we take pride in our academics and typically people find our courses to be very difficult.
I am really excited to apply to medical school. I have already started building a relationship with the...
I'm taking two years off and working at a university before going to medical school. I'm applying this cycle and am torn on whether or not to get a letter or recommendation from my boss. She's always so hot and cold toward me that I'm not sure that I trust her to give me a strong letter (she...
I was just wondering if I did my BSc in Canada or USA , what countries other than the US, Canada or Australia can I go to for medical school to do MD.I am an international student and I think that chances of getting into medical school into the US or Canada are very low, other than its expensive.
I am a senior currently writing my personal statement for medical school (I will not be applying until next summer), and have read time and time again that you should not include controversial topics in your personal statement. I am curious if wanting to go into Direct Primary Care...
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I alreday graduated from my university but decided to continue taking courses during my summer. I found some credit-verified courses on edX and Coursera and was wondering if those will count toward my GPA when I apply.
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Hi all! I am applying for osteopathic school this cycle, is there anyone that would be kind enough to offer some constructive criticism on mine? If you've already gone through the process and got accepted already that would be a huge help as well. :) Thank you!
I have already graduated from University and i've been wondering if medical schools care about prerequisite courses/recommendation courses from community college because i am not able to take the followings:
- Human Anatomy and Physiology
- Biology of Cancer
So as the title states I'm a third time applicant and really looking for some input for what will hopefully be my last application cycle. The first time I applied I had to withdraw my application before doing any secondaries because I didn't feel I had an adequate amount of clinical exposure...
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I am applying for medical schools this summer. I have a reasonable MCAT (514) and strong GPA (4.0), I have research experience, and I was fairly involved on campus in my undergad (various club officer positions and tutoring science). I shadowed quite a lot as well (over 100 hours). My volunteer...
Almost ready to submit my AACOMAS application and wondering which schools I should apply to for the best chance:
GPA: 3.3 (science 3.0)
Tons of volunteering, healthcare experience, and good LORs
I would prefer to stay in the midwest but in terms of medical school admission, I can't be...
BS. in Biomedical Engineering (Concentration: Neuroengineering)
cGPA = 3.31
sGPA = 3.17 (this is MD not DO) with DO scaling = 3.33
Graduated in 2013
Employment: (Current - Past):
Current: a health devices research company (3 years) possibly going to get journal publication on one study...
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I am about to be applying to medical school starting in June 2016 and I was wondering if anyone has applied with a major disciplinary record and could shed light. I was suspended after hitting another girl (EDIT: I am also female) who had pushed me into a wall at a party I was only 18 at the...
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I know i have a very long road ahead of me. but i was wondering, if I plan to graduate spring 2018 and hope to enter med school fall 2018, should i take the mcat spring 2017 and do my med school applications summer 2o17? so something like this
spring 2017: MCAT
summer 2017: amcas application...
Okay so this is the first time I'm using SDN please bare with me. I have multiple questions and my pre-health advisor seems to know less than me, therefore I am using this network to obtain some information. I am applying to Medical Schools in June 2016. I will be taking the MCAT in May 2016...