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Canadian Applicant - Low verbal/essay

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Dr. Phishead, Jul 24, 2002.

  1. Dr. Phishead

    Dr. Phishead Junior Member

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    Hi. I'm applying to a number of middle tier schools in the north-east. I did my undergrad at UWO in Ontario. I'm a little concerned about my mcat verbal - 8V 11PS 12BS N-WS. Are my verbal and writing marks too low? I have approx 3.55 gpa and decent/so-so ECs.

    Thoughts???

    Dr. PHishead
     
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  3. Jalby

    Jalby I fight crime at day when Batman are sleeping.
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    I would retake it, Especially since your a canadian and the GPA isn't that great.
     
  4. calbears84

    calbears84 professional baller
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    i disagree...your mcat is fine. just apply!!!
     
  5. candybits

    candybits Senior Member
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    I'm a Canadian and I applied to so-called "mid-tier" schools with similar MCAT scores... well, maybe slightly higher VR.

    The point is, go for it... you'll never know which schools will invite you for an interview, so you have to give it a try.

    However, my personal experience is that as an international applicant, higher MCAT scores will definitely give you an edge as I wasn't all that lucky with my application to med schools in the US.
     

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