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What Should I Be Doing At This Point?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by Dr JPH, Oct 30, 2000.

  1. Dr JPH

    Dr JPH Banned
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    Hi folks...just a question for ya...

    I am third year undergraduate.

    Biology major, Biochemistry minor.

    Many leadership positions, involved on campus, work in medical field, volunteer in medical field and community, and I have done shadowing time.
    Taking the MCAT spring.

    So, my question is...what should I be doing to prepare at this point?

    Here is what I have on my agenda...
    1. Study for MCAT
    2. More volunteer work
    3. Talk to profs about letters of recommendation
    4. More shadowing
    5. Apply next semester

    Am I missing anything?

    Anything I could do to "help my cause"?

    Any feedback if greatly appreciated.



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    Joshua Paul Hazelton, CNA, EMT-B
    [email protected]
    University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (2002)
    "D.O. Wannabe"
     
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  3. Kristi

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    The best thing I did when I was in your postition was talking to people who were in the application process. It helps you to know what to expect--like when to expect interview invitations, personal impressions of schools, places to stay when going to interviews, etc. You really have all your ducks in a row--you should do great next year!
     
  4. alexcc_ms

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    Save money for all those interview trips and get yourself into a position to apply for fee waivers. H'ya man
     

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