CA resident seeking advice on NY post-bacc programs

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DrArete

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What are my chances in getting into any post-bacc program in NY?

gpa: currently 2.8
graduating this year as a Physiology major
mcats: will be taking it august 28th

good/decent extracurricular activities
clinical research
volunteer in the emergency room

Thank you soooo much in advance!


Im not an expert, but other ppl will want to know the breakdown between science and non science of your GPA, which is on the low side.

Also, why post bacc in NYC? Cost of living is very high.

Also, the Columbia program is supposed to suck donkey balls, but I dont have first hand knowledge of it.
 

drizzt3117

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Im not an expert, but other ppl will want to know the breakdown between science and non science of your GPA, which is on the low side.

Also, why post bacc in NYC? Cost of living is very high.

Also, the Columbia program is supposed to suck donkey balls, but I dont have first hand knowledge of it.

You also need a 3.0 to apply for the Columbia program.
 
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