No, I post my GPA, etc. I only have good things to say, however. If there were negative posts to your name, that's unfortunate. Also, I think they have too much to do instead of search SDNso here's the deal. It recently came to my attention that a fellow pre-health colleague was able to access my computer and gain access to my SDN account. She then proceeded to post personal information (information I would rather not share online) on SDN about me as a person and my application. She also wrote several statements whilst pretending to be me that would really present me in a bad light to admissions officers (I know they frequent this site ). I will not discuss the nature of this information, nor the forum in which it was discussed, as enough damage has already been caused. This was a person I thought I could trust, but when things started turning sour, she resorted to this. Therefore, I ask the SDN community at large; with admissions officers being able to see my exact GPA, undergraduate institution, and state residence, will any information posted under my SDN username harm my application in any way? I suppose it would be relatively easy to identify me as an applicant if an adcom was really looking. I realize that I was an idiot for trusting this individual, and I am extremely angry at this point, but the productive thing to do right now is damage control, and I need to know where I am at. Thank you all.
No, I post my GPA, etc. I only have good things to say, however. If there were negative posts to your name, that's unfortunate. Also, I think they have too much to do instead of search SDN