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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by X, Mar 14, 2002.

  1. X

    X

    Sorry if someone already started this, but I couldn't find one, so I am starting one.

    For people in the application process right now, could you if you have gotten in anywhere please post stats (maybe in following format so its easier to scan everything):

    name of school you got into (or mulitple schools): State residency: how many schools applied to: how many interviews.
    Total GPA: Science GPA: MCAT (x,x,x,x):

    so for example (these are not mine as I have not applied yet):

    USC: CA: 25: 6
    4.0: 4.0: 13-15,15,15

    thanks
     
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  3. mpp

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    I guess I'll start.

    Accepted at Mayo, Waitlist at U Washington (WWAMI)
    Alaska resident
    10 secondaries; 4 interview (only attended 2)

    GPA: 3.51; BCPM: 3.44; POST-BAC: 3.88; MCAT: 11V, 12P,12B,M
    Undergrad: Physics/Mathematics at U of Alaska Fairbanks
     
  4. SMW

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    OK, I'll go next. We Alaskans aren't shy!! :D

    Accepted: Columbia, USC, Albany, SLU, MCPH
    Waitlisted: UWSOM (AK-WWAMI), Tulane, Jefferson, Vermont, Tufts, Mt. Sinai (withdrew from all but UW)
    Alaska resident
    23 appllications/14 interviews (went to 13)
    3.5/3.4/30M(12,8,10)

    Following souljah's example, I have just (8/26/02) updated this to reflect my final results.
     
  5. jcschultz

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    Well, I applied to far less schools than most of you, but here it goes... This is my second year applying, so I will include both years combines, this year has been much more promising than last:)

    Resident: Nebraska
    Applied at: 13
    Interviews: 3 (Minnesota, Nebraska, Creighton)
    Accepted: Nebraska
    Waitlisted: Creighton, Minnesota
    GPA: 3.51
    Science: 3.40
    MCAT: 10V 10P 10B, R
     
  6. rajneel1

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    i'll contribute.
    Accepted: Stanford, Hopkins, MCW, Finch, Oregon Health (withdrew from last three)
    Waitlisted: Dartmouth/Brown, Georgetown (withdrew from both)
    Still Waiting for Decisions: Harvard, UCSF/UCB, UCD
    30 secondaries, 22 interview offers, 11 programs interviewed at.
    3.72 from UCD, science i think also was 3.72, 9V 10B 11P Q
    hope that helps anyone.
     
  7. rajneel1

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    i'll contribute.
    California Resident
    Accepted: Stanford, Hopkins, MCW, Finch, Oregon Health (withdrew from last three)
    Waitlisted: Dartmouth/Brown, Georgetown (withdrew from both)
    Still Waiting for Decisions: Harvard, UCSF/UCB, UCD
    30 secondaries, 22 interview offers, 11 programs interviewed at.
    3.72 from UCD, science i think also was 3.72, 9V 10B 11P Q
    hope that helps anyone.
     
  8. souljah1

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    Resident: CA
    Undergrad: Berkeley, 2001
    Applied: 11
    Secondaries completed: 10
    Interviews offerred: 6 (NYU, Einstein, NYMC, UCSF, UCI, RWJ)
    Accepted: Einstein, UCSF, UCI (off waitlist), RWJ (off waitlist)
    Waitlisted: NYU (withdrew), UCI, RWJ
    Rejected preinterview: UCSD, UCLA, UCD (presecondary), Stanford, Mount Sinai
    Interview invite declined: NYMC
    UC Berkeley GPA: 3.86
    Science GPA: 3.82
    CumGPA: 3.48 (this represents 2 years of college with a 2.54, 2 years dropped out, and then a return to college with a 3.95).
    MCAT: 9V 12P 11B R =32R

    Attending: UCSF

    Note: I posted this originally in March, but it is now August, 2002 and I have updated my application results. The two acceptances off waitlists, along with the UCSF acceptance, were recieved within one week. I am not the type of person who stays on waitlists just to see if I could get in. I got the UCSF acceptance, went on vacation for a week, and returned to two acceptances off waitlists. Just clarifying that so noone thinks I am a tool :D
     
  9. trout

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    Hey souljah
    ARen't you getting a graduate degree in something????? Why?
     
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    Resident: Minnesota
    Applied: 8
    Interviews: 3
    Accepted: U of Minnesota; U of Iowa
    GPA: 3.06
    Sci GPA: 3.57
    MCAT: 13-15V, 11P, 13B Q
     
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    Resident: California
    Applied: 14
    Interviews: 10
    Accepted: Case Western, UC Davis
    Waitlisted: Columbia, UCSD
    Interviews: Harvard, Yale, Duke, Northwestern, USC, OHSU
    No love from: U Penn, UCSF, UCLA, UC Irvine
    GPA: 3.8
    Sci GPA: 3.95
    MCAT: 11V, 13P, 13B Q
     
  12. DarksideAllstar

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    Resident: Nevada
    Applied: 14
    Interviews: 6
    Accepted: Univ of Nevada
    Waitlisted/CCL: Temple
    Interviews: MCP, NY Med, SLU (withdrew), Tulane (Have not heard post-interview from any of these schools)
    GPA: 3.6
    Sci GPA: 3.6
    MCAT: 10V, 11P, 11B, WS P
     
  13. Cambrian

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    </font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by rajneel1:
    <strong>i'll contribute.
    Accepted: Stanford, Hopkins, MCW, Finch, Oregon Health (withdrew from last three)
    Waitlisted: Dartmouth/Brown, Georgetown (withdrew from both)
    Still Waiting for Decisions: Harvard, UCSF/UCB, UCD
    30 secondaries, 22 interview offers, 11 programs interviewed at.
    3.72 from UCD, science i think also was 3.72, 9V 10B 11P Q
    hope that helps anyone.</strong></font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">School from: UC, Irvine
    State: California
    Accepted: UCSD, MCW, SUNY Upstate
    Schools applied: 30
    Interview Offered: 8 (UCSD, UCI, MCW, Indiana, SUNY Upstate, Medical College of Ohio, St. Louis Univ., SUNY Downstate)
    GPA OA: 3.9
    GPA Science: 3.87
    MCAT: 9V, 11P, 10B, R

    Here's what I don't get: Rajnee, you and I basically have the same stats. You were accepted to Stanford while I was rejected pre-secondary. I don't get it !!!. Do you have some incredible life experiences or did you write an amazing essay? Please share.
     
  14. souljah1

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    </font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by trout:
    <strong>Hey souljah
    ARen't you getting a graduate degree in something????? Why?</strong></font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Trout- Yeah, I'm getting a Master's in Human Nutrition. I'm really interested in the relationship between diet and lifestyle and diseases such as cvd and type 2 diabetes. I plan on going into an area of medicine that focuses in these areas and I wanted to get a solid foundation in nutritional biochem, clinical nutrition, etc..I did my undergrad in Nutritional Tox, but wanted to do graduate work that focused on more of the clinical and behavioral aspects of nutritionally related chronic illnesses.

    I also felt it would be nice to live in NYC for a year (my family is close by in jerz).

    Being a grad student has helped in the interview process, but not all that much. I didn't do it for that reason, but I can't deny that it enhances/betters my application.

    Hope that answers your question.
     
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    I'll contribute too...

    Resident: Ohio
    Applied: 10
    Interviewed: 6
    Accepted: OSU, MCO, NEOUCOM
    GPA: 3.90 (Science:3.98, AO:3.70)
    MCAT: 8-VR, 14-PS, 11-BS, L-WS
     
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    Okie dokie, this is more fun than writing my thesis, and besides it might help someone at this moment. <img border="0" title="" alt="[Wink]" src="wink.gif" />

    Undergrad: Barnard College
    State of Residence: Connecticut
    Applied: 10
    Interviewed: 6
    Accepted: Columbia, Cornell, NYU, Einstein, UConn
    Interviewed & waiting to hear: Yale
    Pre-interview Rejection (either already received or expecting): UPenn, Harvard, JHU, Mt. Sinai
    GPA: 3.94 (3.93 Sci, 3.95 AO)
    MCAT: 11V 8PS 11BS S-WR
     
  17. Dr. Kermit

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    Hope this helps someone out next year :)

    Undergrad: JHU
    State of Residence: PA
    Applied: 15
    Interviewed: 5
    Accepted: Temple, MCP, GW, Einstein, NYMC
    Interviews offered/withdrew: Penn State and Tufts
    Held/withdrew: Jefferson
    Pre-interview Rejection: UPenn, NYU, G-town, Cornell, Pitt
    Still waiting: Ohio State, Sinai
    GPA: 3.56 (Sci 3.42, AO 3.90)
    MCAT: 9V 11PS 10BS R-WR

    Good luck everyone!
     
  18. Jameson

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    Hey Dr. Kermit, how many interviews were you offered? Thanks - Jameson
     
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    <img border="0" title="" alt="[Wink]" src="wink.gif" /> Are there any mortals in this forum applying to medical college without a 3.989483 G.P.A. ?????
     
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    Undergrad: SLU
    Resident: Missouri
    Applied: 12
    Interviews: 3
    Accepted: U. of Missouri, Creighton, Georgetown
    Rejected (all pre-interview): Cornell, Dartmouth, Pritzker, Harvard, Northwestern
    Waiting for: Finch, Loyola, SLU, Tufts
    GPA: 3.95 (3.92 BCPM, 4.0 AO)
    MCAT: 10-V 10-PS 11-BS P-WR

    I'm just glad this whole thing is over and that I know pretty much where I'm goin' next year. Who else needs a drink, I know I'm not the only one. :D Oh well, hope this helps and good luck to everyone this year and in the future! Ciao. :)
     
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    </font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by AntGod22:
    <strong> <img border="0" title="" alt="[Wink]" src="wink.gif" /> Are there any mortals in this forum applying to medical college without a 3.989483 G.P.A. ?????</strong></font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">That would be me, mpp, jcschultz, racergirl, UCSFreak, and Dr. Kermit -- the vast majority of those replying on this thread. Did you read the thread before posting? :p
     
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    </font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by Jameson:
    <strong>Hey Dr. Kermit, how many interviews were you offered? Thanks - Jameson</strong></font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">I was offered 7, I attended 5, and was accepted to those schools which I listed. Good luck.
     
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    Undergrad: Lehman College (CUNY)
    State of Residence: NY
    Applied: 13
    Interviewed: 4 (I will be going to two of them soon)-SUNY Buffalo, SUNY Downstate, SUNY Stonybrook and NYMC
    Accepted: SUNY Buffalo
    Interviews offered/withdrew: 4/0
    On-hold pre-interview: SUNY Upstate
    Pre-interview Rejection: UMDNJ NJMed, UMDNJ RWJ, Einstein( :( ), Albany Medical College
    Still waiting: Mt. Sinai, MCP Hah., Temple and Jefferson
    GPA: 3.68(Sci 3.72, AO 3.62)
    MCAT: 8V 9PS 10BS QWS

    I had very little hope going into this for two reasons (1) my mcat score (2) I have been pursuing my undergrad b.a. for awhile. So, my best advice is don't underestimate yourself!!!
    :D :D :D :D
     
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    California Resident
    Applied 27 submitted 25 secondaries (2 in trash)
    Interviews: granted 16 attended 12
    Accepted: UPenn, UCLA, UCSD(withdrew), Pitt(withdrew), Tulane(will withdraw)
    Waitlist/hold: Case(will withdraw), UCD(withdrew), UCSF, Cornell(will withdraw)

    Undergrad: UCLA
    Huge list of EC's and volunteer work
    only 6 months research
    gpa: 3.72 overall (3.97non 3.6 sci)
    MCAT: (33Q) 10B, 11V, 12PS
     
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    undergrad: Muhlenberg College (Allentown, PA)
    state of residence: Connecticut
    applied: 22
    interviews offered (9): Albany, Loyola, MCP, NYMC(WD), Penn State(WD), Saint Louis(WD), Temple, UCONN, Vermont(WD)

    accepted: UCONN

    rejected: Einstein, GW, Georgetown, Tulane, Wake Forest, Pitt

    Have not heard from: BU, Finch, Jefferson, Sinai, OHSU, Tufts, VCU

    GPA: 3.5 (3.3 sci)
    MCAT: 12V 9PS 9BS S-WS
     
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    Residence: Colorado
    Accepted: Rochester
    Waitlisted: Tulane
    Interviewed and waiting: GWU, Wash U, Colorado
    Rejected (pre-interview): Stanford, UPenn, Northwestern, Dartmouth
    GPA: 3.96, Science GPA: 4.0
    V-12, B-11, P-10, Q
     
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    OK I have had enough of adding up those little mcat scores!!! People please write the TOTAL score also for lazy people like me! <img border="0" alt="[Pity]" title="" src="graemlins/pity.gif" />
     
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    Hey everybody hope this helps someone :)

    Undergrad: Rutgers
    State of Residence: New Jersey
    Applied: 13
    Interviewed: 4
    Accepted: UMDNJ-NJMS, UMDNJ-RWJ, NYMC
    Interviewed on hold: Medical College of Virginia
    Pre-interview Rejection: Pitt, GW, Temple, Einstien,
    Still waiting (probably rejected): MCP, Albany, MCW, USC, Jefferson
    GPA: 3.5 (3.8 AO, 3.4 BCPM) w/ strong upward trend
    MCAT: 9V, 9PS, 10B O (28 Total)
     
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    Kant is driving me crazy, so this is a good way to procrastinate...

    State of residence: California
    Applied to: 15 schools
    Secondaries received: 15
    Secondaries returned: 10 (too lazy to do U Chicago, Baylor, Duke, UCLA, UCSD)
    Interviews offered: 9 (Yale gave me no love.)
    Interviews attended: 8 (didn't go to Cornell)
    Accepted: U Michigan
    Waitlisted: U Penn, Columbia
    Waiting: Harvard, Hopkins, UCSF, Wash U, Stanford
    Expecting rejection from: see "Waiting"
    11V, 11B, 13P, S
    3.80 total GPA, 3.76 science

    ...back to Kant.
     
  30. Barton

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    State of Residence: Minnesota
    Undergrad: University of Wisconsin
    Applied to 8 schools
    Interviewed at 3 (UMN waitlist, SLU waitlist, MCW accepted)
    GPA: 3.35
    BCPM: 3.01
    MCAT: 11v, 12p, p, 12b = 35p
    Lots of research, publications, clinical experience. History major. No volunteer work, clubs, sports. Freshman year at community college.
     
  31. WMN

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    Must join my fellow Alaskans and post my stuff

    Undergraduate/Graduate: University of Arizona
    Residence: Alaska
    GPA 4.0/4.0
    MCAT:30/R
    Applied:12
    Accepted:U of W (3rd attempt)
    Rejected:Case Western, Michigan
    Withdrew or waiting to hear from the rest
     
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    Undergraduate/Graduate: University of Illinois
    Residence: Illinois
    GPA 4.0/4.0
    MCAT:36M (13P, 12B, 11V)
    Applied:19
    Accepted:Michigan, NYU, Georgetown
    Waiting to hear back from: Wash U :) , Yale
    Withdrew before interview: UIC, SIU, Rush,
    Northwestern
    Waitlist:Vanderbilt(withdrew), Rochester
    (withdrew), U Penn, Columbia
    Rejected (pre-interview):Dartmouth, Cornell, UCSF, Stanford, Harvard, Johns Hopkins
     
  33. LizardKing

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    man, kafka, those are impressive numbers and acceptances. If anything, your post shows how random this process is. You got into a top ten school (UMich) as an out-of-state resident--a feat almost as difficult as getting into UCSF or Harvard. Major congrats and props to you. Yet URochester, Vandy waitlisted you? Well who cares about those schools anyway :)

    My point is, this process is like throwing dice. 7-11 Baby!
     
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    here's my info thus far:

    Undergrad: Brown University, 2002
    GPA: 3.8/4.0 (3.75 BCPM)
    MCAT: 36 (11V, 13PS, 12BS, R)
    Applied: 15
    Interview Offers: 13
    Accepted: Einstein, Tufts, UPitt, UPenn
    Waiting to hear from post-interview: Duke, Yale, BU, Georgetown
    Waitlist: Columbia, Cornell, UConn
    Declined interview: NYU
    Rejected (post-interview): Sinai
    Likely rejected (haven't received an interview): Harvard, Hopkins
     
  35. El Jefe

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    Here's mine:

    Undergrad: UCLA, 2002 (CA resident)
    GPA: 3.94 OA, 3.97 BCPM
    MCAT: 37 (11V, 12PS, 14BS, Q)
    Applied: 15
    Interview Offers: 7
    Accepted: USC
    Waiting to hear from post-interview: UCSD, Baylor, WashU
    Waitlist: UPenn, UCI, Michigan
    Rejected(pre-interview): UCLA, UCSF, Stanford, Hopkins, Cornell, Harvard, Yale
     
  36. alphacentauri

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    <strong>Here's my info:

    Undergrad: Stanford (CA resident)
    GPA: 3.66 (sorry, can't remember BCPM breakdown)
    MCAT: 36-38 (13-15V, 12PS, 11BS, Q)
    Applied: 21
    Interview Offers: 15 (attended 11)
    Accepted: Stanford, Hopkins, UMich, Georgetown
    Waiting to hear from post-interview: Harvard, Yale, WashU, Mayo
    Waitlist: Columbia, UCSD, Dartmouth
    Rejected(pre-interview): UCLA, UCSF, UCD, Northwestern, Duke </strong>
     
  37. strangeattractor

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    i feel like i'm getting naked in front of y'all...but hey, people play strip poker for fun so...

    Undergrad: ucla, 2002 (IN resident)
    GPA: 3.67 OA, 3.7 BCPM
    MCAT: 35 (11V, 11PS, 13BS, R)
    Applied: 13 (kinda...see too lazy etc.)
    Interview Offers: 3
    Accepted: none yet...
    Waiting to hear from post-interview: harvard, washu
    Waitlist: none
    Rejected(pre-interview): ucla, ucsf, u of chicago
    Haven't heard a d*** thing since the secondary: stanford, columbia, northwestern
    Too lazy to fill out the secondary: mt. sinai, al einstein, georgetown
    Didn't go to interview: iu

    as you can see, i'm a nimrod. here's to my post-med-school-rejection-musical-theater/waitressing career. cheers!
     
  38. Yogi Bear

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    just thought this was an interesting thread. update us on where u're going if u posted ur stats earlier.
     
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    this thread depresses me. see sig.
     
  40. loomis

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    I agree. you read about some folks with good stats making it, then just when you think you've "figured" out what a safety net is for GPA/MCAT score to get in, the next post will have some 4.0/40 MCAT person who got dinged all over the place. :(
     
  41. kreno

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    Who are you crazy people with 3.99999 and 98728754 on the MCAT's? Jeez, you scare me. :)
     
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    and on top fo that they are all from like UCLA or STandford..........
    and still have that gpa.........amazing


    nero
     
  43. Jumpu

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    Personally I'd like to see some people with subpar GPAs and higher MCATs with acceptances in this thread...are there any? Kinda feel down about my chances.:(
     
  44. kathleeya

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    hey guys

    although this information may be helpful in giving you a ballpark estimate of your chances, the entire process is very unpredictable... we all have heard of people with high numbers who get rejected and those with incredibly low numbers who make it into some amazing schools. try not to psych yourselves out too much.

    we have done our best, we have done what we can, and our previous stats cannot be changed. if it doesn't work out this time, there's always another year and another chance, and so on and so forth.

    don't give up! and remember, that in the end, the only true competition we have is with ourselves.


    :love:
     
  45. loomis

    loomis Lifetime Student
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    good point!!! I'm also guessing that given the anonymity on the board, there may be a minority of people out there who...shall we say...beef up their stats. I read on an older post that statistically, the number of people with sky high stats on this board was a real anomaly. who knows though....maybe the cream of the crop get their fill at SDN!!! :)
     
  46. kito

    kito Big Evil
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    it's all good, we're all still very proud of our fellow SDNers who get into medical school, regardless of their stats or schools.
     
  47. dr kevin40

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    since this board is anonymous, what would one have to gain by "beefing" up ones stats? ridiculous

    anyway, here's my stats and i got into a med school already.

    High school gpa weighted: 4.75 i believe
    unweighted: 4.0
    SAT score: 1550, math 800, verb well u can fig it out
    SATII : math: 800, chem 800, bio 800, writing 770, us history 800
    lots of high school research, publication, volunteer work, athletics and leadership and awards

    GO BAC/MD ! thank u for making my life less stressful right now
     
  48. Street Philosopher

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    yeah since i'm anonymous and have nothing to gain, here are my stats:

    high school gpa: who gives a f*ck
    sat: 1600
    sat II: 800 wr, 800 m, 800 bio, 800 chem (just for the hell of it)
    college gpa: 4.00
    mcat: 43-45T
    awards: too many to list
    penis: huge
     
  49. CaNEM

    CaNEM Senior Member
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    :laugh:

    I share your sentiments, believe me.
     
  50. Pickle Salt

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    f*ckin-a, what kind of tool puts his high school stats on a premed thread






    street, please PM me as soon as possible to discuss forementioned penis size
     
  51. Diogenes

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    A very, very tool-ish one.
     

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