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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Femtochemistry, Aug 9, 2002.
who here has the lowest MCAT score and still got in medical school? give me some hope
Less than a 32 and I wouldn't even bother applying.
Let's be serious here. Papa is a little off, in my opinion, but not all that far.
If you look in the MSAR, only considering MCAT, the point at which an applicant's chances break 50% is between a 28 and a 29. 28 and below fewer than 50% get in; 29 and above more than 50% get in.
Yikes! I am in deep trouble!
listen, if you're already applying, i don't think it's worth it to stress out about the scores! have faith in yourself and you'll do fine...
(i think that's what papa smurf was trying to say in his own little way....)
Not necessarily. I wouldn't worry about it. Tons of people get in with below a 28. Just not as many as get in with above a 28, that's all.
Oh, that's a relief!
but a 6, 12, 11 would add up to 29. we get your point though, i'm just messin with you
I've known many people with scores under 25 (both URM and non-URM) who have gotten into med school. I even know of a MD/PhD student who got a 19. I still don't know how the hell he got in, but I'm happy for him.