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So my options are just to do online classes or take more courses in unstructured way. I am not sure how is that viewed in admission process.
George Washington has a new certificate program in public health with microbiology. Has anyone any openion on this certificate program? Will this help to get into MD.
Thanks man for taking the time out to answer me. I like the idea of doing a Special Master program, but problem is that in my area DC Metro Georgetown is the only one for students with premed background and it is very expensive. There is one at American univ but it is for career changers they will not take someone who already has done premed/life science major. For family reason hard for me to move out of this area.
How does the second under grad degree help? Will it not be the same as doing extra courses at present school or another 4 year college i.e kind of an informal post bacc.Looks all Junior courses for second degree will be added with the Junior courses of the first degree etc, so it is really the same thing when the averages are done. I can not hide first degree yielding low gpa anyway.
Yes, I am running out of courses at CC, as they become a repeat course for me. My major is premed i.e. I have taken most premed courses already. I googled pos bac programs most seem for career changers, they will just not take someone who is repeating courses to improve GPA or already taken half premeds. In my case I am trying to bump up my GPA after finishing most courses.
I am still searching for alternatives to raise my GPA so that I could be a solid applicant for MD. Any one with ideas? Only thing I could do is repeat all the courses where I had C/D(7-8 of them in 4 years) seems.