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- May 7, 2017
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3,78 is an average for ucla med school that cool. Try removing the "Maybe" and if you want remove the ones that aren't in California. You should be able to get into about 5 I think. applying to 10 med schools is enough.
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IF you need to cull more, start in this order: U MI, U Chicago, WashU, U Penn
- Johns Hopkins
- Mt. Sinai
- Case Western
- Albert Einstein
- Boston University
- UC Davis
- UC Irvine
- UC Los Angeles
- UC Riverside (ONLY if you're from the Inland Empire)
- UC San Diego
- UC San Francisco
Lol. Do not apply to just 10 schools as a Californian.
For things like diversity/urban & minority health, look at maybe switching out some top places and consider a few lower ranked programs like Iowa (Carver), GWU, Tufts, Tulane, Vermont. Jefferson has a lot going on in those areas. Maybe Rush too.
UCD and UCR have very specific missions so only apply if you meet those (for ex, UCR wants people with connections to Inland Empire and a commitment to severing the underserved).
Of the top tiers you've included, places that strike me offhand as having lots of opportunities in your interests: Harvard, Duke, Sinai, Emory, Columbia, UChicago, JHU
According to the wise gyngyn, UCD's mission is to serve the Middle Valley.Would you recommend that I remove UC Riverside and WashU and replace them with Jefferson and Tulane? I've read that Jefferson and Tulane are "low-yield" schools, so I'm not sure if I should add those to my list or not..
Do you know what UCD's specific mission is? I looked at MSAR but it didn't seem they were super restrictive like UCR?