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Once one is accepted are they all set?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by DoctorFeelGood, Oct 20, 2000.

  1. DoctorFeelGood

    DoctorFeelGood Junior Member 10+ Year Member

    May 7, 2000
    W. Bloomfield, MI, USA
    Hello, as you all know it's the time of the year that medical school admissions is going on. OK, my question is this: I am a URM with mildly low MCAT scores and 3.6 science with a 3.7 overall g.p.a. Now I recently got into my state school. But I was wondering, Once I'm in medical school am I all set? As long as I study and keep up my work and stay focused am I guaranteed to become a doctor? I know once you pass your classes, but I mean , does the MCAT have any corrilation with one's performace in medical school? Does it determine one's performace in medical school?

    Also, once one's gotten in, is the MCAT a long memory?


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