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3.77, 29N, reapp,here's my list...

Discussion in 'What Are My Chances?' started by ewil1478, Jun 3, 2008.

  1. ewil1478

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    I just want to be sure that I apply to every med school that I have a chance of being accepted. Is there any website beside studentdoc.com that lets you compare your mcat and gpa against the school averages?? I have a 3.77 GPA, 29N MCAT VR:8 Phy:10 Bio:11, Lots of microbiology research, Plenty of shadowing, and volunteer work, not a ton of Patient exposure, a white male, LDS and I'm a Utah resident. THanks:eek:


    Here is my list. Some are tentative. Any that are out of reach and any I am missing that I should apply to??? Any help would be appreciated!!!!


    University of Utah
    University of Cincinnati
    Penn State
    Med College of Wisconsin
    Creighton
    University of Maryland
    St. Louis University
    Wright State at Boonshaft
    Virginia Commonwealth University
    Georgetown
    George Washington
    WakeForest

    UT Houston
    UT Galveston
    San Antonio
    Texas Tech El paso
    Texas A&M
     
  2. dd128

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    Do you have any texas ties? Otherwise those texas schools will be pretty difficult to swing.
     
  3. nogolfinsnow

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    Check out the MSAR from the AAMC. They have avg. GPA and MCAT (I think MCAT even broken down by section) for every school. The MSAR also has good data on resident and non-resident acceptance rates (I'm thinking about the Texas schools and U of Cinci). Look for schools where the average MCAT is near your score, don't count on your GPA to get you over the hurdle at schools where the average MCAT is 33 or 34.
     
  4. BDNF

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    where did you apply the first time around? I think you should have gotten in somewhere.
     
  5. ewil1478

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    I applied late(August) due to a faulty Pre-med advisor. The schools were:
    Tufts
    George washington
    U of Utah
    Wake forest
    Penn State
    Wisconsin com
    Creighton
    U of Maryland
    Virgina Commonwealth
    Albany
    Vermont
    St Louis U


    Houston
    San antonio
    Galveston
    Tx Tech
    A&M
     
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