Charles01

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I see on Midwestern University's website that they also accept the PCAT in place of the MCAT. Is this really true? Would there be a disadvantage to taking the PCAT for admissions purposes.

Here's my stats:

Cumulative gpa = 3.50, pre-req and science gpa = 3.7, bachelors degree in education

Thanks Guys
 

Catayst

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Well obviously you couldnt apply to any other schools
 

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Charles01 said:
I see on Midwestern University's website that they also accept the PCAT in place of the MCAT. Is this really true? Would there be a disadvantage to taking the PCAT for admissions purposes.

Here's my stats:

Cumulative gpa = 3.50, pre-req and science gpa = 3.7, bachelors degree in education

Thanks Guys

For the coming application cycle (2006-2007), DMU and AZPod will only accept MCAT.
 
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Charles01 said:
I see on Midwestern University's website that they also accept the PCAT in place of the MCAT. Is this really true? Would there be a disadvantage to taking the PCAT for admissions purposes.

Here's my stats:

Cumulative gpa = 3.50, pre-req and science gpa = 3.7, bachelors degree in education

Thanks Guys
Your gpa is pretty good but you're better off taking the MCATs just to be safe. I think after Arizona and DMU changes its policy to only accept MCATs in 2007, the PCATs isn't accepted anywhere else.
 

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gsrimport said:
For the coming application cycle (2006-2007), DMU and AZPod will only accept MCAT.
The change does not occur until Janurary 2007 at DMU. So if you are interested in the CPMS program get you application and interview in early.
 
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