alohamichaela

2+ Year Member
Aug 10, 2016
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Pre-Medical
Hello,

I am a sophomore starting my fall semester at a university in Texas.
I have a 3.91 cGPA and a 4.0 sGPA, but I understand that the beginning science courses are easy and will get harder in these upcoming years.

My dream is to go to Baylor College of Medicine because it's in-state (saves so much money) and it's a great school for many reasons (one being that it is located in Texas Medical Center). But I hear the BCM is a research-heavy school. So far, I haven't done any research for college. Is this bad? And if so, how can I improve my chances? How can I jump-start into getting research hours? What is the usual research track?

Thank you.
 

Sharknad0

2+ Year Member
Oct 9, 2016
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Pre-Medical
You're a sophomore and there's enough time to do research. Make sure you keep the grades up, score well on the MCAT, and keep up shadowing, volunteering, and clinical work.


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