Aug 5, 2016
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Pre-Health (Field Undecided)
I'm currently a junior in high school with a 3.98 GPA (yes I know -_-) and have taken will have taken AP HUGE (5), APUSHH (5), AP CS (4), AP CS Princ..(TBD), AP Physics B (TBD), AP AP LIT & COMP (TBD), AP BIO & CHEM (TBD), AP GOV & ECON (TBD), AP CALC BC (TBD), Multivariable CALC, AP Physics C (TBD), and a couple other acts in senior year next year by the time I graduate. I've taken the ACT once and have gotten a 32 and hope to get it to 33-34 soon. I have to start volunteering as well this year and get some clinical experience. Anyway, I'm set on becoming a cardiologist and was looking at some accelerated BS/MD programs. Anybody think I have a chance at them? In terms of clubs/activites/leadership, I've been voted student council president, accepeted into a peer leader program, accepted into NHS, played basketball for 2 years, played tennis for 4 years, leader in math team for 4 years, leader in scholastic bowl team for 4 years, received president award for academic excellence, finalist in american legion award, 3rd place medal at math team state, gold medal in track and field, active member in student council, etc. I've also done a job for 8 months at bestbuy as a salesman and have created a club at my school for programming. I also am attending a national programming competition in san francisco soon. Also, if it helps, I am rank 1 in my class. I am also looking to volunteer at my local hospital for the next 2 years alongside looking to partake in a summer internship program whether it's shadowing or research. Thanks ...
 
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May 21, 2016
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Medical Student (Accepted)
I'm currently a junior in high school with a 3.98 GPA (yes I know -_-) and have taken will have taken AP HUGE (5), APUSHH (5), AP CS (4), AP CS Princ..(TBD), AP Physics B (TBD), AP AP LIT & COMP (TBD), AP BIO & CHEM (TBD), AP GOV & ECON (TBD), AP CALC BC (TBD), Multivariable CALC, AP Physics C (TBD), and a couple other acts in senior year next year by the time I graduate. I've taken the ACT once and have gotten a 32 and hope to get it to 33-34 soon. I have to start volunteering as well this year and get some clinical experience. Anyway, I'm set on becoming a cardiologist and was looking at some accelerated BS/MD programs. Anybody think I have a chance at them? In terms of clubs/activites/leadership, I've been voted student council president, accepeted into a peer leader program, accepted into NHS, played basketball for 2 years, played tennis for 4 years, leader in math team for 4 years, leader in scholastic bowl team for 4 years, received president award for academic excellence, finalist in american legion award, 3rd place medal at math team state, gold medal in track and field, active member in student council, etc. I've also done a job for 8 months at bestbuy as a salesman and have created a club at my school for programming. I also am attending a national programming competition in san francisco soon. Also, if it helps, I am rank 1 in my class. I am also looking to volunteer at my local hospital for the next 2 years alongside looking to partake in a summer internship program whether it's shadowing or research. Thanks ...
Worry about getting into college and succeeding there before you start planning medical school.


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