Yeah, I have a 2.78! But that was a while ago. During my last 123hrs, I have 3.75BCMP. And my 38MCAT should help. Now let's see who has the most undergrad hours on the books for a single degree. Can anyone top 217 hours?BuckerPark said:Got you all beat. 3.08 BCPM. Not Proud of it. But, undergrad was 4 years ago. Hope they take that into consideration.
3.27 here. I have a two C's from freshman year, and a C+ in Ochem II. Other than that, straight A's in upper levels and only 4 B's (math, I despise you). So I'm hoping they notice the significant improvement from freshman year.theaggie07 said:3.29 science, but 3.83 non science and a balanced 31 MCAT. I think I got screwed that I didn't drop a class for medical reasons. I thought I could pull it out but ended up with my first C in my life. Needless to say, I hate anatomy. Please someone pick me!
I think more people get in with similar stats than people realize. Most SDNers think you need a 3.8+ and a 35+ MCAT in order to get MD. Anything below they'll advice you to apply DO besides MD.o00roxy00o said:I got into my state school with a 3.24 science GPA and a 3.52 overall with a 31 MCAT. I'm your "average" applicant and I got into an MD school
Congrats, that's awesome.o00roxy00o said:I got into my state school with a 3.24 science GPA and a 3.52 overall with a 31 MCAT. I'm your "average" applicant and I got into an MD school
Ah me too. 1.56 my freshman year. Luckily I didn't take any sciences and I've had a 3.9 since.tandski said:3.3 BCMP (one F and one D, Freshman year), 3.5 overall here, skied too much my freshman year...3 times a week every week...ahhhh memories. I only went once this past year..sad
Um. Have you read the hundreds of posts by people accepted to schools with a lower science GPA than you?MDdream said:
apparently ive missed out on these posts because a 3.3 is definetly not averageOSUdoc08 said:Um. Have you read the hundreds of posts by people accepted to schools with a lower science GPA than you?
You are nowhere near the bottom of the curve.