GrapesofRath

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Come back when you have an MCAT score. But even as a URM a 3.0 BCPM is on the low side of things. The higher you can get on your MCAT the better. If iy means waiting longer to prep then that would be a very wise decision on your part. Your best shot at MDs will be the HBMC's and your state program(I guess U of Wash in your case) but ideally you definitely want to aim for more than a 500.

If you could take some more upper level science courses or some form of post-bacc work that would also really help your cause.
 

Goro

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100% agree with my astute soon-to-be young colleague.


Come back when you have an MCAT score. But even as a URM a 3.0 BCPM is on the low side of things. The higher you can get on your MCAT the better. If iy means waiting longer to prep then that would be a very wise decision on your part. Your best shot at MDs will be the HBMC's and your state program(I guess U of Wash in your case) but ideally you definitely want to aim for more than a 500.

If you could take some more upper level science courses or some form of post-bacc work that would also really help your cause.