now peterock may have a point...but then again...not all people with big numbers get rewarded. i know he doesnt want to hear me out on this...but it is true.Peterock said:I would go to the easiest college possible if your heart is set on medical school. Of the schools you listed, CMU is definitely going to be the hardest day in and day out. How hard you worked or how much you have learned is ABSOLUTELY MEANINGLESS TO ADCOMS! It is a mindless process that rewards big numbers. Adcoms to not bother to weigh gpa's by school and major appropriately so heed my words and go to a school where you KNOW you can get straight A's.
I also know a lot of athletes who felt like their commitment to a sport nearly eliminated their shot at med school. The time crunch was brutal (nothing like high school so don't think you can compare it). If you'd like to stick w/ your sport, I'd also recommend you go to a less competitive school.
What Jlee actually means is that there are approximately 3 people with big numbers who are not accepted to medical school and they usually apply to exclusively top ten b/c they think their sh1t doesn't stink or they still sleep in the same bed as their parents. Got it?jlee9531 said:now peterock may have a point...but then again...not all people with big numbers get rewarded. i know he doesnt want to hear me out on this...but it is true.
Simply.....dodo2 said:I had asked this before but this is the decision time now.