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  1. cGPA and sGPA as calculated by AMCAS or AACOMAS
3.96, 3.94 respectively
  1. MCAT score(s) and breakdown
522 (131,130,130,131) taken 01/17/20
  1. State of residence or country of citizenship (if non-US)
California
  1. Ethnicity and/or race
Armenian, but that counts a white so ORM
  1. Undergraduate institution or category
California State Polytechnic University of Pomona
  1. Clinical experience (volunteer and non-volunteer)
Volunteer: huntington hospital ~100 hours menial stuff.
Work: ED scribe 27 months, 1700 hours
  1. Research experience and productivity
Archeal virus research this last semester: 80 hours
  1. Shadowing experience and specialties represented
PMD office ~12 hours
  1. Non-clinical volunteering
INSAN-feeding homeless 12 hours
Work with a nonprofit solar panel company for the underserved: ~20 hours this last semester
  1. Other extracurricular activities (including athletics, military service, gap year activities, leadership, teaching, etc)
learning assistant for physio ~120 hours this semester
premed club member (not sure this counts for much)
cofounded powerlifting club
taught some archery lessons out of high school
  1. Relevant honors or awards
member of the honors college at my uni
recipient of biology merit scholarship at my uni
  1. Anything else not listed you think might be important
part of a pipeline program at CUSM

School list:

NYU grossman
UCLA gephens
USC Keck
Yale
Cornell
university of virginia
university of pittsburg
university of rochester
UC san diego
UC san francisco
UC davis
UC irvine
UC riverside
Stanford
harvard
john hopkins
kaiser permenente
Duke U
Boston U
university of Arizona pheonix
CUSM
 

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You could add these schools:
Washington University (almost a guaranteed interview with your stats)
Case Western
Miami
USF Morsani
Hofstra
Einstein
Ohio State
 

Mr.Smile12

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As you know, your shadowing and community service/non-clinical volunteering are sparse. It's possible your scribing hours could be a proxy for shadowing, but this will prevent you from being competitive for the top-tier schools (Stanford, Harvard, Yale, etc.) where we recommend 100 hours shadowing, 200 hours clinical volunteering, and a lot of community service/non-clinical volunteering IMO.
 
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