you need to list your gpa. I know he said other than grades, but if he's calling it a resume, it should list gpa.
I would format it major: Biology minor: Chemistry instead of major/minor. Less confusing imo. < yes>
it should be ordered by importance. Is your research really the least important part of your application? < iffy doesn't really matter that much, i'd say that its better to go from a general or less important to more important end, much more functional and impressive in style.
don't know if you're applying md or do, but if it's md, i would leave out that the doctor you shadowed was a do. < there is no war between md's and do's, you can include that he was a do. However feel free to just say that he was a internist>
*i was booked to do medical and volunteer work in peru during spring break, but my team cancelled it, due to the earthquake in chile.
it is wonderful that you booked a medical/volunteer trip in peru, but it never happened. Do not list things that never happened...it's tacky and looks like fluff.
This type of sentence should never be on a resume. Perhaps in a personal statement, but not a resume.The fact that I am able to be an important part of a persons last moments and to have a chance to provide them with emotional support is a very personal and satisfying experience for me.
::Way to instantly associate your real life identity with 120 posts on a message board. Seriously, did you think this through?