Based solely on your stats, you have ~75% chance of getting accepted into an M.D. school.Hi,
I am currently in a Master's Program for Biomedical Engineering at the University of Rochester. I attended the University of Rochester for Undergrad as well where I majored in Biomedical Engineering. My undergraduate GPA was 3.73 and my MCAT score is a 516. I am worried about my work/activities outside of this and I am going to provide a brief overview of what I have done for the 2021 application so far:
Biomaterials Teaching Assistant - January 2020 - May 2020 (80 Hours)
Graduate Research - October 2019 - Present (100+ Hours)
Shadowing - 10/09/17 (8 Hours)
Youth Outreach Program (Volunteering) - February 2017 - February 2018 (25 Hours)
Friends of Strong Volunteer - October 2017 - January 2018 (24 Hours)
General Chemistry II Workshop Leader – February 2017 – April 2017 (30 Hours)
Biosystems & Circuits Teaching Assistant – January 2018 – May 2018 (30 Hours)
Benchtop Phantom to Mimic an Arteriovenous Fistula (Senior Design Project) – October 2018 – May 2019 (200 Hours)
Groundskeeper – June 2015 – August 2019 (3000 Hours)
Please let me know if you think I should wait until the next application cycle to get more clinical experience or if you think I have a chance to get into an MD program this cycle.
As you said, you are lacking in the clinical experience area. Personally, I would apply this cycle. I think your stats are strong enough to carry you even with the limited clinical experience.