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question about not completing secondaries

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Legend, Oct 27, 2001.

  1. Legend

    Legend Super Senior Member
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    If I listed some schools on my AMCAS application and decided not to complete their secondaries, would I be considered a reapplicant next year? (suppose I apply to those schools next year).

    thanks.
     
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  3. rxfudd

    rxfudd 1K Member
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    If you applied to a school through AMCAS you are considered a reapplicant next year. Not sending in a secondary does not change this because the AMCAS app (not the secondary) is what designates whether you applied or not.
     
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    thanks.
    then I may as well complete a few more secondaries despite my horrific MCAT score.
     
  5. yes his right...as long as u turn in the AMCAS application.....u are automatically regarded a second year applicant, even if you don't turn in the secondary...so in all honesty, it wouldn't hurt if you applied unless you feel that you want to take it again and increase your chances...
     

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