Can I assume you've been following some of the advice I've given to others? If so, then, Scholl would welcome your application so long as you are able to answer the following questions:
I have done XYZ to prepare for a career in medicine, specifically podiatric medicine. From completing XYZ, I have knowledge that allows me to say I desire to become a podiatric physician. From my research into Scholl, I can say that the reason I desire to be admitted to Scholl is ABC.
If you can answer those questions, I look forward to reading your application!
The Real Scholl
Again, good luck! I hope this helped.Hi Danny,
Great question! For the most part, no, we don't have any specific GPA cut offs to speak of at Scholl. We really do evaluate the whole application and try to understand the context of the GPA x MCAT x Experience. Now, that said... yes, from time to time the reason we deny applicants is due to low GPA (or in some cases low MCAT score) but only after we have looked at the application in its entirety.
I hope that helps!
When I interviewed there, Dean Lott told us that the minimum is a 22. This could be a new thing this year perhaps.That's a straight up lie.. I know first hand that OCPM's minimum acceptable MCAT requirements are not 22. Plus they were giving scholarship money for MCAT's lower than that.
My science GPA is 2.8, cumulative GPA 3.3 and MCAT is 21
Please tell me what you think my chances are. I see that many schools have a higher science GPA and MCAT, and it is worrying me.