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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by DoctorDoogie4, Oct 21, 2002.

  1. DoctorDoogie4

    DoctorDoogie4 Senior Member
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    Hey everyone! Hope everyone is getting the repsonse and feedback they desire from the medical schools. As for myself, I am kind of worried. I just got my MCAT score back. I have a 3.35 cum GPA with a 3.30 Science GPA. I have volunteered at hospitals, have paid job at a hospital, and have volunteer coaching positions at poor publich high schools. What do you all think about my chances of getting to a DO med school? Any advice would be great. Thanks a million and good luck to all!!!
     
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  3. rpames

    rpames Optometrist
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    In short, yes. Your MCAT is average and your GPA is fine. I would apply without question. As always, apply to more than one but I believe you will be fine. Just get those apps in, it is getting late.
     
  4. DoctorDoogie4

    DoctorDoogie4 Senior Member
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    I have recently applied to OUCOM, NSUCOM, PCOM, CCOM, and UHS...I am thinking of AZCOM as well as UNECOM and DMU. Just have to get letters of recs in.
     
  5. slave4MD

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    You will get into your top choice DO program ( aside from state restrictions ), provided that your applications/interviews aren't too shabby. I'm assuming that you didn't apply too late in the cycle.

    But you may want to apply to some offshore medical schools just in case.
     

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