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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

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    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?

    Thanks!

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