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Late Applicant 3.9+ 517 here to apply?

Discussion in 'Allopathic School-Specific Discussions (<2018)' started by CRUNKYMONKEY, Aug 22, 2015.

  1. CRUNKYMONKEY

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    I am a college graduate degree in biology and chemistry, with good LORs. Did over 450+ Hours of chemistry Research, 185 hours volunteering (consistently with same non-medical outreach group), multiple overseas medical experiences Jordan, Haiti, etc , and 200+ hours of music involvement at my school. I have an mcat of 517 all 127 or above and 3.9+ GPA. Science GPA is similar. I am a late applicant, probably not submitted till September, wondering where to apply?
    So far I have the following schools
    Albany Medical College
    CA Northstate Univ COM (family member nearby)
    Loma Linda University School of Medicine
    Northwestern University Feinberg
    Rush Medical College
    Sanford School of Medicine of the University of South Dakota
    University of California Davis
    University of Minnesota
    University of Utah
    USF Health Morsani College of Medicine
     
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  3. Okazaki Frag Grenade

    Okazaki Frag Grenade Long Live SnugSeal
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    This is probably more suited for the What Are My Chances section
     
  4. Bleh!

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    Are you sending in your primaries by September?
     
  5. CRUNKYMONKEY

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    Yes. Primary should be in by then. Prewriting secondaries.
     

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