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what are my chances if..?

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by Predentole, May 7, 2008.

  1. Predentole

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    Sorry, I saw quite a few of these already and here's mine.

    What are my chances if:
    Texas Resident
    GPA overall: 3.47
    GPA science: 3.31

    DAT: 20/20/20
     
    #1 Predentole, May 7, 2008
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  3. jcdent27

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    I'd say your chances of getting into one of the Texas schools is really high. I had almost the same GPA as you, but a slightly lower DAT and was accepted at both SA and Baylor. I didn't apply anywhere else out of state so I'm not sure how those scores stack up against those schools. You shouldn't worry too much about not getting in here in Texas though. Best of luck.
     
  4. Predentole

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    Thankss

    When did you apply though?
     
  5. tamkhan

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    can't comment on texas schools (except that they're all great), but for your out of state choices, you're good to go for all of em. :thumbup:
     
  6. PB2464

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    I'm a Texas resident as well. If/when I apply, my GPA should be near 3.4 with about 3.3 science. But, I will have a pretty strong upward trend, so I'm hoping that will help.
     
  7. jcdent27

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    I applied late August. I would recommend applying earlier than that though.
     

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