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Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by Eric, Jun 16, 2000.

  1. Eric

    Eric Member
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    honest opinions: (3.45gpa) (3.6sci-gpa) MCAT: V-9, PS-11, BS-10. just based on that will I get a couple interviews or should I retake the MCAT. Thanks
     
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  3. noah

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    You should get interviews - apply to a wide range of schools and right a great essay. Where do you go to school?
     
  4. Lt. Ub

    Lt. Ub Senior Member
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    Unless you're looking to score Harvard, you'll be getting interviews - knock their socks off with your applications like noah said - just make sure you proofread what you WRITE!

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    "They do certainly give very strange and newfangled names to diseases."
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  5. Djanaba

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    My MCAT cumulative was identical, my sci GPA similar, but my overall a bit lower -- from a school in the top tier of private liberal arts colleges. Interviews and acceptances both were good to me -- you should be pretty well set, as long as your statement is compelling and your interview skills polished and honest. Best of luck to you!
     

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