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..I mean on your residency application. Also, do they usually ask about stuff like your MCAT and SAT during the interview or on the application itself?? hmmm..
 

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bc_tch said:
..I mean on your residency application. Also, do they usually ask about stuff like your MCAT and SAT during the interview or on the application itself?? hmmm..
No and No.
 

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Sometimes and apparently not.

Bumping a recent thread on this very topic. Should be just below this one.
 
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I did have a crap Step I score (Not one of those "mediocore" 230's that people always talk about on this board, but a real crap score). I took Step II before interviews and did much better. While insisting in one of my interviews that Step I was a total fluke, they asked what my MCATs were.

Footnote:They were spectacular. Didn't help. Scrambled anyways...
 
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