3.442 cGPA, 3.39 sGPA, 24 MCAT....

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    This should be in the WAMC forum. And I don't know. Probably not with a 4, but a 10 is out of your league. Unless she is crazy stupid. I could see you settling with a 6-7 with those numbers.

    And not listing your ECs tells us nothing. If you don't have any clinical, hell yeah you are screwed. If you cured cancer, probably not.
     

    CpGisland

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      Just based on stats your on the very low end, but you can still get into a couple different school provided that you got great EC, PS and LOR.

      Also what state are you from? (this can open and close a lot of doors)
       
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      Iliketoytles

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        Michigan,

        EC = 2 years hospice, 1 year hospital, 4 Years of working, shadowed 4 different doctors, tutoring highschool kids.

        Very vague... how many hours? What kind of work? What'd you do at the hospital? etc...

        You might have a chance if you apply early and broadly. If you aren't willing to retake your MCAT, then just apply and cross your fingers (and toes).
         

        NeuroLAX

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          You might have a chance if you apply early and broadly. If you aren't willing to retake your MCAT, then just apply and cross your fingers (and toes).

          If I had a 24 I would do just this, apply on Day 1 and hope for the best.

          OP can you register to retake the MCAT? Couldn't hurt to document it if you do plan on retaking.
           

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            Am I screwed?

            If you apply widely, there is a decent chance you will get somewhere. But if I were you I would retake that MCAT. Even 2+ more points will put you in a better position for MSUCOM. Lots of people would love to have your Michigan status for that school, take advantage of it -- you probably won't get into MSU with those stats though.


            If you are applying to MSU, make sure your EC's are significant. They look highly upon volunteer, leadership experiences.

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