Weak SAT scores

Discussion in 'Postbaccalaureate Programs' started by acej, May 7, 2008.

  1. acej

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    I took the SAT's about 6 years ago and that was a point in my life where I did not take school seriously and I feel its the weakest point on my applications for post-bacc.

    How seriously do these programs consider SAT scores? I did horribly bad on the exam. :laugh:
     
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  3. Ian1223

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    they dont
     
  4. flip26

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    What is your undergrad GPA? This will trump a low SAT...and a high SAT will not make up for a low GPA.

    Post baccs have become very competitive - they tend to admit only those students who stand a good chance at med school admissions success, therefore the further down you are from a 3.7 GPA, the lower your chances of getting into a post bacc...
     
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    Undergrad is 3.4-3.5

    Ya but different majors do constitute for different GPAs.. for example if I majored in political science I would easily maintain a 3.8 GPA.
     
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    then rock the gre...
    i did bad on the SAT too. 1250
    so i've been preping for GRE for a bit now.
     

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