of course you do and yes, I'de agree, I think there are lots of people who haven't heard any good news yet, me included.Originally posted by Tweetie_bird
Y'all in good compeny, ye hea?
Well, that's assuming I make good company.
Lola, this is the second time I hear you saying this. Why are you specifically waiting for a rejection??? Why not anything else?Originally posted by lola
no interviews here.
still waiting for that stanford pre-secondary rejection. where is it?!
*i'll* give you an interview! then you'll have an answer!Originally posted by the boy wonder
actually it's almost got to the painfully humorous stage with me - I am taking Spanish and there are about 7 or 8 pre-meds in my class...and each class the instructor goes round asking what they have been up to and every single one of them says something like "Oh I just interviewed at Baylor, I just interviewed at Duke Medical School, blah blah"...and then she gets to me and asks with this big fake sad look "and any interviews for you?" to which I have to meekly answer every time "no...."
did not get double digits on any section of the mcat so would be very surprised to get a secondary. i still have an ounce of hope, but even if i do get a secondary it will probably lead to a post-secondary rejection. don't really want to go there anyway but would love to stay in cali.Originally posted by Tweetie_bird
Lola, this is the second time I hear you saying this. Why are you specifically waiting for a rejection??? Why not anything else?
thanks for the tips tweetie sounds like you've got this process perfected to a T good luck!Originally posted by Tweetie_bird
ok, my suggestion to you rae is do the easy ones first. I think I must have done like 5 or 6 easy ones in the same day. that will make you feel better and soon you'll be on your way to doing teh harder ones much faster.
I have another suggestion--I knew early on that I would need a master file with all my essays together, so i can edit and paste stuff back and forth as needed. You have no idea how much that helped me. So, make a list of all your schools, and make a separate word file with essays from each school written IN that soft copy. As you have free time, all you need to do is go to that specific file and start typing. It really makes things much easier. My file is now over 30 pages long.
Tweetie, what state do you live in?Originally posted by Tweetie_bird
I'll amen to JZ on the LOR deal. My LORs took way too long....my secondaries at most schools were in by sept and my LORs just got send out Mid Oct. So I am hoping and praying for a miracle (ie. interview at my state school which is a top 10 and has stats incredibly high than what I can offer to them.)
there you go, another success story. kick ass at vermont!Originally posted by poloace
29 mcat... sub 3.0 science gpa, 3.06 overall undergrad-
MPH in progress at columbia university-
finally.... i got an invite to vermont for the middle of december. i'm so excted... i feel like i have a chance now!!!!! keep hanging in there- i know there are people with better stats than me applying... good luck all-