MCAT's under 25 and interviews

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  1. Atlas

    Atlas Senior Member

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    I'd like to start a post much like the one in the Pre-MD forum. Please post your scores 25 or under(optional) and where you have interviewed and/or where you've been accepted. I can't start because I'm not applying untill next year, so we need some gracious soul to go first. Thanks.
     
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    Anyone?...Anyone?...Buehler??....Buehler???
    Ok..so this is my "bump".
     
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    I got 5 interviews so far with a 24 MCAT! I went to two of them, got accepted to both, and plan on sending in my acceptance today!!!

    (3.45 overall GPA)
    8 years of medical experience. Pharmacy/Nursing(preclinical)/EMT/ER

    MIke
     
  5. Atlas

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    Awesome! Let's get this party started! Anyone else care to share? Thanks, Mike, for your input.
     
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    I had a 24 MCAT score and received 2 interviews, and was accepted at one. 3 years of clinical experience, tons of volunteer work including international medical experience.
     
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    can u guys please post your stats!!!
     
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    I had a 28 on the MCAT when I took it in 1997 and a 25 when I took it in 2001 and was not in any medically related field since college graduation. I had about a 3.3 cumulative GPA. Not much clinical or volunteer experience, but 3.5 years active duty Army.

    I got two interview invites and one acceptance (still waiting on the other adcom to review my record). My secondary is complete at four schools.
     
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    I had a 24 MCAT and a 3.56 GPA... I was accepted at KCOM, UNECOM, and DMU. Best wishes to everyone applying! You can do it.
     
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    i hate stats but if this can motivate anyone i'm happy to help-- i had a 24 mcat, R in writing, 3.8 cum & science GPA, 3+ years of clinical work, 4+ volunteer experience (international included), and research. I mentioned various scholarships and awards i've received also. What i found in all but 1 school is that they understood the fact that i had a terrible test day when i took the mcat! I interview/was accepted at AZCOM, DMU, Touro, UHS, Western(COMP), pulled my app at KCOM, and am waiting to hear from PCOM. I havn't heard from any of the MD schools yet- i'm optimistically thinking it is because they are so far behind :)
    I told the schools that applying to med school was like a really big blind date, and that my mcat was like waking up the morning of the date with a big pimple on my nose! They seemed to get a kick out of it and appreciated the fact that there is more to me than a below average mcat score. Any school who can't see past the pimple is a school i don't care to attend anyway!!!
     
  11. Atlas

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    Wow! This is great stuff! I really appreciate everyone's posts (Especially Andrea's post because her GPA is the closest to what mine is as of right now). I plan on shooting for at LEAST a 24 MCAT with no limitations on how high I can score of course. It's comforting to see Andrea's success, especially, because I'll be applying to the same schools next year. I appreciate everyone feedback nonetheless!! You've all been a tremondous help to others. I'd appreciate more responses if you care to share your stats!

    Thanks
     
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    I got a 22(8v,7p,7b) MCAT april '00 and 26 (9v,7p,10b)(DAMN the physical sciences!!) :) in april '01 (didnt apply first time b/c thought scores were too low). But this time through:

    Applied: OSU-COM, AZCOM, NSU-COM
    Interview: OSU-COM, AZCOM, NSU-COM
    Accepted: AZCOM, NSU-COM
    Waitlist: OSU-COM

    gpa-3.44, some volunteer exp., research exp.
    Not sure where i'm going yet.
     
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    MCAT: 22; overall GPA: 3.55, Sci. GPA: 3.4

    Applied: CCOM, AZCOM, PCOM, MSU-COM
    Interview: CCOM, AZCOM
    Accepted: CCOM, AZCOM

    lots of medical experiences...good recs...second year applicant...presently work in ortho. setting (office and scrub time).
     
  14. grkbuckeye

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    Hey Turnster, I'm interviewing at CCOM in January. Like you I have tons of medical experience. Been in the Operating and E.R. rooms countless times watching family physicians operate since I was in high school, done all the other scut work to. Also did lots of cancer research which led to publications. Anyway, my point is not to give you a resume, but to ask if CCOM really considers this stuff???? These are the things that really add to my file and I'm wondering how much they consider it?? Let me know what they told you about your medically related experiences.
     
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    gpa 3.52 mcat 22 interview at pcom on Jan 31st and nsucom on jan 14th
    those are the only two i applied

    what really helped me was my personal statement
    and my background in holistic medicine!
    i do not want to brag, but the day i wrote the statement i was really inspired! ;)
    good luck everyone!
     
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    Musikus,
    How is that bragging ???? <img src="confused.gif" border="0">
     
  18. DOnut

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    Hi all. Great posts. I got a 24 on the MCAT. Interviewed at PCOM, NYCOM, LECOM, Meharry and turned down an interview at Howard in DC. My science GPA was 3.1 overall 3.4. I have been wait listed at Meharry and I'm still waiting to hear from the rest. Wish me luck!!
     
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    gellecress1,

    If you don't mind me asking, are you a URM? I was just wondering. What made you decide to apply to both Meharry and Howard. I'm tossing around the idea of applying to Meharry eventhough I'm not an URM. Obvisouly, you don't HAVE to be an URM to get in, but it certainly helps. I'd just like to know your feelings about this. Also, keep us up-to-date on your progress. Will you go to Meharry if they take you off their list? What about if you are sitting on a DO acceptance or two? Write back just to chit chat.

    Peace

    Atlas
     
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    Hey gellecress1,

    Why did you turn down the Howard interview?
     
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    I had an MCAT score of 24 N, and I received interviews at KCOM, CCOM, UHS, Oklahoma State-COM, and Kansas University. I've been accepted to UHS so far with a waitlist at OSU-COM. No word from the other three schools. Good luck to all of you who are still in the interview process!
     
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    jrfromccu,

    What was your GPA? Did you have outstanding extra-curriculars? What's your "story" if you don't mind me asking? If you feel the need, it's ok to pm me with your reply. Also, you were interview by University of Kansas School of Medicine is that correct? Can you tell me how that turns out for ya when you get word? Congrats on UHS...it's a good school.

    Thanks

    Atlas
     
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    Atlas-

    My GPA is around 3.91, not including last semester's grades. (I have no idea what went wrong with my MCAT score.) I've done quite a bit of volunteer work at a low-income health clinic and Denver General Hospital's Operating Room. I've also shadowed various doctors. Other than that, most of the stuff I've done is associated with my college here in Denver. We're required to do 180 hours of "ministry" or volunteer hours before we can graduate. So, I've tutored, painted houses, etc. I've also run collegiate cross country. Oh, and I don't know if this was a factor, but I come from a pretty rural area (area population of around 30,000 or so). I guess that's my story. Nothing too exciting. Hope this helps.
     
  24. Crazed

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    My MCAT was 24S, my GPA 3.37 (with a nice upwards trend over the years). I think my overall package (including essays, extracurr, etc.) was also well-balanced. Got interviews at UMDNJ-SOM, NYCOM, UNECOM, LECOM, and waiting to hear from PCOM. I just had the first one, so will let you know how it goes, but I feel pretty good about it. By the way, if your MCAT is around a 25, it is NOT TOO LOW TO GET INTO AN OSTEOPATHIC SCHOOL!!!!! So, keep your heads up, and keep going. Most of all, do not discouraged!
     
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    Sorry it took me so long to respond. Yes I am an under represented minority. Both my wife and I are applying to medical school together. I received an interview at Howard, and she did not. This is why I turned down the interview. I'm not going to go to a school where we are not both accepted (unless I have to). Although I really think that we have a great chance of getting accepted together. As far as applying to Meharry if you are not an URM, that is fine. It is a really good school, and they have one of the best student support systems I have seen. When I interviewed there, there were only two other URM in my interview group. To tell you the truth, that really kind of shocked me. The school I will attend will probably be the school both my wife and I are accepted into. Whether osteopathic or allopathic. I just want to be a doctor. :)
     
  26. Atlas

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    Gellecress1,

    Thanks for your reply and best of luck!

    Atlas
     
  27. musikus

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    just an update...

    i have been accepted at NOVA one week
    after my interview.
    PCOM is coming up this thursday
    and I will let you know how that one went.
    good luck everyone!
     
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    Hey everyone, I have a 3.31 Overall GPA and a 3.2 Science GPA from UCLA, with a 22 MCAT. I interviewed at Touro last week and got accepted a day later, and have decided to withdraw my interview appt. at COMP, mainly because I visited the school last week and was really taken aback by the surroundings of the campus. Call me superficial, but I prefer the scenic beauty of Touro 100X more than the COMP campus. <img src="graemlins/lovey.gif" border="0" alt="[Lovey]" /> Also, it is my first choice school because they are some of the nicest, most caring people I have ever come into contact with. Hope this helps, and Good Luck to all! ;)
     
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    EllieR,

    Congratulation on your acceptance at Touro.
     
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    lots of success stories here :)
    congrats to all those who have been accepted
     
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    Hey Guppies,
    Thanx so much for your sweet post. <img src="graemlins/lovey.gif" border="0" alt="[Lovey]" /> I am seriously stoked that I got in! <img src="graemlins/clappy.gif" border="0" alt="[Clappy]" /> I hope my earlier post about the shuttle helped. Good luck w/ everything, and I hope to see you in the fall!
     
  32. drchris33

    drchris33 MSIV

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    Here's my stats:
    gpa: 3.45
    MCAT: 21N (5V, 8P, 8B)
    Undergrad degree: B.S. in Physical Ed with Athletic Training emphasis
    Age: 25
    Experience: 4 years athletic training, nurse's aide, respiratory therapy, peer tutor, food service
    Certifications: EMT-B, Phlebotomist, ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support), NALS (Neonatal Advanced Life Support), CPR, First Aid, black belt in Tae Kwon Do, and currently finishing up RT class through California College
    Many awards, voluteer work, and club memberships
    Plus a husband, father (Two foster daughters (7 & 5 yrs old) then 16 month old son and another one due in two weeks!!)

    Applied: Des Moines, Midwestern University, OSU, UHS, Ohio State, Michigan State, Kirksville
    Interviews: DMU, UHS
    Accepted: UHS

    Good luck to all
     
  33. sliceOheaven

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    interviewed:
    UNECOM
    UMDNJ-SOM
    NYCOM
     
  34. Optimistic

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    MCAT 22
    Interview at NYCOM next month.
     
  35. Fooman

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    I probably have the lowest score in here.
    MCAT:20
    GPA:3.22
    Strong clinical/research background.

    I have an interview at LECOM on March 1st.
     
  36. Atlas

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    Wow! That is low!!! :D just kidding. Thanks for your post nonetheless!
     
  37. Crazed

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    My stats are 24Q, 3.37
    Interviewed/have an interview scheduled at:
    UMDNJSOM, UNESOM, LECOM, NYCOM, TUCOM
     
  38. Detroit Mick

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    As for me...

    MCAT: 8V 8P 8B P

    Undergrad GPA: 2.87
    Undergrad Science GPA: 2.78
    Degree: BS, majors in Environmental Sciences & Biology

    Grad GPA: 3.30
    Degree: MS, major in Toxicology

    1.5 years working in a Physical Therapy Clinc
    1.5 years working in a hospital O.R.

    Applied: MSUCOM, CCOM, PCOM, UHS
    Interviewed: UHS
    Accepted: UHS

    See there is hope for everyone because if I can get accepted anyone can.

    --Michael
     
  39. Vasiley Zaitsev

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    </font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by Fooman:
    <strong>I probably have the lowest score in here.
    MCAT:20
    GPA:3.22
    Strong clinical/research background.

    I have an interview at LECOM on March 1st.</strong></font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">I have a friend who scored a 20 on the MCAT, and then a subsequent 19. Had a 3.65 GPA, 23 yrs old. Now a first yr @ the Osteopath school in Kansas City, I believe. IS there one there? Maybe it's somewhere in Missouri..Sick atm, so my memory escapes me. Anyway! :)

    owcc16
     
  40. musikus

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    just another update.

    MCAT 22
    GPA 3.52 (undergraduate)
    GPA 3.78 (graduate)

    applied at NSUCOM, and PCOM
    interviewed and received acceptances at both schools.

    good luck everybody!
     
  41. sliceOheaven

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    Update:

    Applied:
    UMDNJSOM
    UNECOM
    NYCOM
    PCOM

    Interviewed:
    UMDNJ-SOM
    UNECOM
    NYCOM
    haven't heard a peep from PCOM

    Accepted:
    UMDNJ-SOM
    UNECOM
    NYCOM
     
  42. careerchanger

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    got 24T on my mcat -- interviews thus far at pcom, unecom and nycom. waiting for nsucom, tucom and comp.
     
  43. Atlas

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    Can anyone out there beat a 19 or 20 MCAT score as far as being the "lowest accepted" score? just curious. :D
     
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    I know a girl who's taken the MCAT 3x. She's consistently scored b/w 17-18 and she has an interview at Pikeville.
     
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    Optimistic : Are you a resident of New York ?
     
  46. Optimistic

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    </font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by isomerjohn:
    <strong>Optimistic : Are you a resident of New York ?</strong></font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Nope, Ohio Resident.
     
  47. AntGod22

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    my lord this has to be the the best post ever, when i read this I feel like i can definitly make it into a med school, these are my stats

    non-science gpa = 3.38
    science gpa = 3.30
    kaplan practice mcat first time = 6v,6p,6b
    i cant wait to take the mcat after i finish my studying i hope to get around a 24-26.

    I also have a research paper in a journal called Blood in England.

    I have some physical therapy volunteer hours.
    I will volunteer in a hospital this summer.
    I am a Under represented minority, being american indian.
    I also am the vice-president of my schools pre-medical association.

    Well cant wait to tell you all where i will be going for 2003, right now im a junior.
     
  48. I hate to be the parade rainer.

    With a 3.2 undergrad. 3.4 science. 3.3 biochem graduate GPA... 27! MCAT... Clinical and basic science research work experience. Volunteer experience, community volunteerism, etc.

    Still no acceptances. (3 years running)

    </font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by AntGod22:
    <strong>my lord this has to be the the best post ever, when i read this I feel like i can definitly make it into a med school, these are my stats

    non-science gpa = 3.38
    science gpa = 3.30
    kaplan practice mcat first time = 6v,6p,6b
    i cant wait to take the mcat after i finish my studying i hope to get around a 24-26.

    I also have a research paper in a journal called Blood in England.

    I have some physical therapy volunteer hours.
    I will volunteer in a hospital this summer.
    I am a Under represented minority, being american indian.
    I also am the vice-president of my schools pre-medical association.

    Well cant wait to tell you all where i will be going for 2003, right now im a junior.</strong></font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">
     
  49. Atlas

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    Wishupastar,

    That's called a reality check! Some people need that type of response as well so they don't get their hopes up or start slacking off. Thanks for bringing us down to reality. I'm sure you'll get in eventually. Good Luck!

    Atlas
     
  50. AntGod22

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    Oh my that is the saddest reply, i feel like crying, theres no way i can get a 27, well atleast without cheating.Damn whats wrong with you how come no one will accept you man. If i was in charge of some med school I would definitly accept you wishuponstar. <img border="0" alt="[Wowie]" title="" src="graemlins/wowie.gif" />
     
  51. Ant,

    I was quick about my post too. My graduate work is at a top 40 medical school. My research is extensive, and I even have an attending physician on my research committee. I am employed in clinical research, and I am certified by a national organization to prepare specific types of histology slides for a very large on-going study.

    I guess I should mention that I have had 2nd year medical school pathology (98 average in the course), toxicology, epidemiology, a full year of anatomy and physiology, medical school biochemistry, medical school immunology, biostatistics...

    I am closing in on 170 credits I think...

    I have 12 active letters of recommendation, including 3 physicians and a psychologist. I am a graduate student association member, and have more volunteer experience than I can list. I have spent many months shadowing a personal friend, who is an osteopathic clinical preceptor. I've had the pleasure of making rounds, observing bronchoscopies, and I work closely with hospital nurses.

    I really can go on and on. My last 2 interviews went extremely well. The one school I received the highest level of recommendation from my interviewers that I could receive. I was waitlisted.

    Don't let me discourage you Ant. Let me inspire you. I've done ALOT of things, and I haven't been accepted, but I'm close. What I have managed to do is grow as an academian and as an adult. Had I started medical school right out of undergrad, I would have missed out on so much information in the area of research and basic science. I would have missed out on alot of experience that has afforded me tremendous insight into the type of physician I'd like to become, and in what aspect I'd like to practice. It has been a great time of gaining life experience.

    Make no mistake about it... I did not apply to every osteopathic school across the U.S. I have some specific issues that keep me to a limited number of schools in a specific geographic region, and so my inability to gain acceptance is partly dependent on the places I have been applying. I will get accepted to *my* school sooner or later. (Maybe sooner in fact -- who knows).

    If anything my post is an example to keep on keeping on. If you want it badly enough, you'll do what you have to do.

    </font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by AntGod22:
    <strong>Oh my that is the saddest reply, i feel like crying, theres no way i can get a 27, well atleast without cheating.Damn whats wrong with you how come no one will accept you man. If i was in charge of some med school I would definitly accept you wishuponstar. <img border="0" alt="[Wowie]" title="" src="graemlins/wowie.gif" /> </strong></font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">
     
  52. Atlas

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    Wishuponastar,

    One thing is for certain...you will be one of the MOST academically prepared student in your entering class! Hell, you've taken practically all of the basic science courses already! I know you'll get in somewhere. And, when you get there, the schooling will be a snap!

    Peace

    Atlas
     

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