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Chances with low GPA

Discussion in 'What Are My Chances?' started by iffypremed, May 15, 2014.

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  1. iffypremed

    iffypremed 2+ Year Member

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    What are my chances of getting in? I'm really freaking out over my science GPA. I know that postbac would greatly increase my chances but am looking for other options as well.

    Stats:
    3.0 overall GPA, 3.4 AO GPA, and the crusher 2.4 sGPA
    have not taken MCAT yet but testing at 36
    top 15 university
    black female
    extracurriculars: Rotaract, extensive volunteering, 2 yrs research and will be getting name on paper, worked every summer of undergrad at skilled nursing center, good LORs, shadowing, work for start up company that donates part of profits and promotes discussion about mental health
    just graduated and will be working in healthcare at least 2 years before applying
     
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  3. candbgirl

    candbgirl Junior Member 10+ Year Member

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    You have to get both of those GPAs up. Currently you have no chance at MD/DO schools. Your next 2 years should be filled with heavy course work for grade replacements. I think you should put off the MCAT until closer to when you are applying. It would be sad to get a great score now and have it expire.
     
  4. Goro

    Goro 7+ Year Member

    You have yet to show that you can make it through a med school curriculum. Take a SMP or post-bac.

     

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