SENIOR YEAR AND POST-MCAT!

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by DZT, Apr 30, 2002.

  1. DZT

    DZT Senior Member

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    HEY Y'ALL,
    Right now I'm fighting a battle against dwindling motivation. After the MCAT, I have this feeling that I AM DONE! I really have no enthusiasm to learn after 4 years of hard work. Sure, I have to send in my application in June, about the same time my final grades come in and when I graduate (we have a trimester system), but do those final term grades matter? Do med schools even look at them?

    THanks :confused:
     
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  3. Doctora Foxy

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    They look at everything on AMCAS. An interviewer told me that anything after, even official transcripts, is "unofficial to them." So, if you can send in AMCAS before yourt grades are available, do it. But please remember that you will be expected to submit your final transcript when it is available, so try to keep your grades up. Just a little more and it will all be worth it. I know how you feel, by the way---senioritis is a BAD disease!
     

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