I'm not sure that NOVA has a "minimum" MCAT score per se.1classylady said:Does anybody know what the MCAT score must be to attend NOVA?
and you want to base your assumption on what?mochief2000 said:I do thank offense to that statement. the bar my not be as high as some others, but surely not that low.
future doc??? said:so i was taking a look at mdapps the other day and looking for the profiles of people accepted to nova. i saw a guy who got accepted with a 17 mcat and a 2.9 gpa and 2.8 bcpm (or something around those ranges) and couldnt believe what i was seeing. now i know that if an average is a 24 on the mcat then some people must score below that, but a 17 come on...i know mdapps isnt a reliable source but doesnt that sort of deceive other students into thinking that they can slack off and still get in. i know it may inspire others into beleiving that they too have a shot but doesnt it also make nova look bad by making them seem like theyll take just about anybody since they took him with such low stats and almost no ECs??
dr.kicia said:and you want to base your assumption on what?
Couse I know what i am talking about, and a Native American girl i met who got in with 18L and a 2.9 gpa is definetly not THAT low? Of course it can always be lower...
besides where was my statement ofensive? I am just stating the facts i know. I am entilteled to my own opinion since i live in a free country.... i do not think i have offended anyone in the way i worded my idea.
you are completely incorrect. yes the first ammendement gives you the right to speak freely but it doesn't shield you from sounding idiotic. look into the allopathic forum at the urm-factoid post, there you will see posts by non-urms stating that there are less than 5 urms in many of their classes. numbers so low? how can this be since we can get in with almost any numbers". unlike some of the others who post, you dont offend me. I just think you should really think before you speak. constitutional rights dont ensure maturity.dr.kicia said: