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Here are the stats that AACOMAS calculated:

MCAT: 500
cGPA: 3.77
sGPA: 3.50

I'm an EMT and phlebotomist and have over 2000 hours of clinical experience.
I have 3 strong letters of recommendation and about ~100 hours of volunteer work.
I also worked my way through college.

Oh, and I'm a white female, Texas resident, and first generation college kid.
I'm applying to ~25 DO programs and ~10 MD programs. Leaning towards DO programs, though.

What are my chances of getting into a DO program?
 

DubbiDoctor

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I think they're pretty high if you apply to DOs broadly. The MCAT is on the low side, and is the only thing holding you back. I don't think MD programs will consider you unless you raise your MCAT to a 509+. If you don't make it, just focus on improving your MCAT score -- 505 is very competitive for DOs; 503 is around average.
 

Goro

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Here are the stats that AACOMAS calculated:

MCAT: 500
cGPA: 3.77
sGPA: 3.50

I'm an EMT and phlebotomist and have over 2000 hours of clinical experience.
I have 3 strong letters of recommendation and about ~100 hours of volunteer work.
I also worked my way through college.

Oh, and I'm a white female, Texas resident, and first generation college kid.
I'm applying to ~25 DO programs and ~10 MD programs. Leaning towards DO programs, though.

What are my chances of getting into a DO program?
Chances fine for nearly all DO programs. Skip AZCOM, CCOM and the coastal Touros.
You're circling the drain for TX schools, especially Baylor, UTSW, and UT Austin