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Getting Accepted to Hofstra Medical School

Discussion in 'Allopathic School-Specific Discussions (<2016)' started by Jen32123, May 18, 2014.

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  1. Jen32123

    Jen32123 2+ Year Member

    May 1, 2014
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  3. Ismet

    Ismet PGY-fun! SDN Administrator 5+ Year Member

    May 15, 2011
    Moving to allo school-specific discussions
  4. cyberchicken001

    cyberchicken001 5+ Year Member

    Jun 2, 2011
    3.93, 4.0, 36, summer of research, few months of EMT, three semesters tutoring disadvantaged students in a public school, er volunteer... Some other stuff but seriously nothing special
  5. maliro

    maliro 2+ Year Member

    Jun 10, 2013
    3.75< cGPA< sGPA< 3.85. MCAT low-mid 30's, 2 summer internships of research (unpaid), 1 year research at undergrad (paid), volunteer at undergrad (4 years), tutoring, 2 summers volunteer work at hospital, 30-40 hours shadowing, 1 year research pose under-grad, tutoring inner city kids 1 year (post undergrad), masters degree (not in public health/ smp/ directly related to medicine), random other volunteer experiences

    Things randomly crop up, take advantage of them and it will quickly add up :) Good luck!
  6. member271

    member271 2+ Year Member

    Mar 9, 2014
    3.5, 36, honors thesis, 2 publications in 3 years research, 300+ hours shadowing in field that I want to pursue, secondary research experience in said field (with another pub here), 8 months mentoring disadvantaged kids, service trip abroad, 3 years intercollegiate athletics.

    Just do what you like. If you're passionate about what you do, you'll interview at enough schools to find one that you fall in love with.

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