15+ Year Member
- Nov 1, 2003
- Attending Physician
I suppose that's true. However, it's UC Berkeley, which probably is comparable to my undergrad institution in terms of reputation - which may or may not make a difference.Originally posted by CaptainJack02
...even that from just 1 school.
I think you're probably right.Originally posted by Pinkertinkle
Assume the sci gpa is .1 to .2 lower than the posted?
That's certainly true...Originally posted by liverotcod
I think the sample size is too small to generate an accurate prediction. Just be glad you don't have my 2.95 overall GPA...
Probably the entire AAMC data set is better for prediction, although as practically everyone keeps saying, it doesn't depend only on GPA and MCAT.
Don't you mean your MCAT goal (inside joke?)Originally posted by SailCrazy
...my hoped-for MCAT score...
Oh! That's a BIG difference... I didn't realize that was what we were seeing. Thanks for the clarification.Originally posted by liverotcod
I actually think that both the Berkeley and Cornell sites represent their *undergraduates* success in applying to all medical schools, rather than their own medical schools' data, if that makes sense.