No, because your poor grammatical skills led you to end your question with exclamation marks (and 4 of them instead of the recommended 1). If such a simple rule eluded you, I can only assume that others do as well, and this problem will manifest itself in your personal statement. Admissions committees typically use poorly-written personal statements in a variety of ways, including (but not limited to): killing flies, paper-training puppies, doodling on during meetings, and wiping their @$$e$ when the janitors get lazy.Originally posted by khemikal3001
I got a B in gen chem 2, but an A in the lab. My gpa is a 3.75, will I get into medical school!!!! hehe
Originally posted by khemikal3001
o man o man, i didnt know i was in english and needed perfect grammar! Im so scared I wont get into medical school, ith my 2 Bs on my entire transcript...eck!!!!
Originally posted by fullefect1
some people take others posts to serious. the original post seems like he is just kidding around. didn't u see the "hehehe".
Originally posted by Pegasus7
Hey man, two things:
a) you misspelled my name
b) I only have one post, because I've never wanted to post anything. There was never anything that really made it worth my time. But I felt bad for this guy getting creamed the way he was. Yeah, he asked a stupid question. But we all asked stupid questions and most of us still do. Just 'cause we start getting accepted places we start to feel we got it all figured out. All I was saying, was give the guy a break, and give a realistic answer. I'm sure he didn't pose the question because he was bored. He probably was genuinely concerned. And by the way, just because I don't spend all my time in here doesn't mean I don't know my stuff about getting into medical school.