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Post Bac Undergrad Stats

Discussion in 'Postbaccalaureate Programs' started by Nyu2004, May 16, 2007.

  1. Nyu2004

    Nyu2004 5+ Year Member

    Mar 23, 2007
    Winston-Salem, NC
    Hey Everyone
    Since we're all in the same boat I thought it would be cool to know a little bit about what Post bac everyone was applying to and their stats.
    B.A. New York University '07'
    G.P.A. 3.06
    BCMP: 2.78
    MCAT: 24R (7, 10, 7)
    Med School stats
    Albert Einstein (Denied)
    UCLA Charles Drew (Waiting with fingers crossed)
    Meharry (Hold)

    Post Bac Programs
    Wake Forest (Interviewed, offers automatic acceptance to medical school)
    AMS of New York (Accepted, amazing program that offers admission to Albert Einstein upon completion)
    UCSD (Interview tomorrow)

    So that's mine, what about everyone else?
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  3. doctito

    doctito 2+ Year Member

    Apr 27, 2007
    Los Angeles
    sounds like you'll be fine regardless what school you will end up going to. I am still studying for the mcat. mind me asking but are you taking these postbacs to 'enhance' your gpa or are you a career changer or took few sciences? some of these schools on your list looks like they are for those who are career changers or took a few sciences courses. thanks and gl w/ everything

  4. Nyu2004

    Nyu2004 5+ Year Member

    Mar 23, 2007
    Winston-Salem, NC
    Thanks Docito
    Really the only reason that I am doing post bac is because I didn't get into medical school this year. Each program I interviewed for sent me an email and invited me to apply. If possible I would definitely try to apply to Wake Forest's program. It is amazing and the people truly care about you succeeding in school and in life. I wish you all the best of luck.
  5. dancingdoctor

    dancingdoctor Dancing since 1985 5+ Year Member

    Nov 11, 2005
  6. ilovescience

    ilovescience 2+ Year Member

    Oct 17, 2006

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