Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by MothMan, Jun 14, 2002.

  1. MothMan

    MothMan New Member

    Jun 12, 2002
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    Hey hey-
    I am applying to NOVA for next year. It is the only school to which I am applying and it is my school of choice. What do you think of my profile? This is my dream and i know it will happen. I have always been a B student, and i have had nearly every class in the first year of the DO curriculum at other institutions. Please offer input:
    6-PS, 7-BS, 10-V
    B.S. Biology/Psychology-2.9
    minor biochemistry
    M.S. Sports Medicine-3.4
    Internship 120 hours cardiac rehab Baptist hopital
    volunteered @ mental hospital 1 semester
    shadowed 2 D.O.s
    2 quarters in chiro school-3.3
    1 semester in a master of physical therapy program-3.4
    many ECs
    Please respond :confused:
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  3. SuzyQ

    SuzyQ Senior Member

    May 3, 2002
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    thats funny how you dont give anyone the chance to choose "no nova". But anyways...a 23 for the MCAT is only 1 under the average so its not really that bad. I know of people getting into med school with 21's so i do thinkyou have a good chance. You're gpa is a little on the low side but D.O. schools do look past numbers. It looks like you have a lot of good ec's and volunteer work. GOOD LUCK!!
  4. Amra

    Amra A Quiet Voice of Reason

    Jun 20, 2001
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    If you can do well on your interview, you should be okay. Be sure to be able to tell them WHY osteopathic medicine is for you. The only challenge I can see in what you posted is that you kinda bounced around a bit... PT, DC, SM.. now DO? That might raise eyebrows...

    Oh yeah, the MCAT. Your MCAT score is like your bank account - the higher the numbers, the happier you are. Consider taking it again - if not, remember, that people have been accepted with lower scores.

    Good luck!

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