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Chances at BS/MD Programs (UConn, Siena, Union, Drexel ect.)

egyprinceegyprince Posts: 72Registered User Junior Member
edited November 2012 in What Are My Chances?
I just want people to give me their opinions on whether or not I have a chance at some combined medical programs such as Uconn, siena, union, drexel ect.

I am an African American Male,

GPA 3.73 (93.5) (Weighted on a 4.0 scale)
SAT: CR: 660 MATH: 720 WR: 700
ACT: 31

AP Courses: World History, U.S History, Statistics, English Language, Biology, Literature

Honors Courses: Physics, Chemistry, Pre Calculus, Geometry, ALg2/Trig, Earth Science, English, Spanish

Extra Curricular:

English Honors Society (President)
History Honors Society (Board Member)
Spanish Honors Society
Technical Honors Society Candidate
National Merit Honorable Mention
Football (12 years and varsity captain)
Youth Against Cancer
Chinese Heritage Club
Debate Team
Basketball (3 years)
Baseball (1 year)
Lacrosse (2 Years and captain of freshman team)
Friends of Rachel (Anti-Bullying)

Volunteer and Work:
Worked at Walgreens
Babysit

Total of 600+ Volunteer hours including hospital, nursing home, midnight runs, soup kitchens bringing food and clothes to homeless shelters, running a Senior Citizens Prom at my school

Doing a program this year in which I shadow doctors completing 500 clinical rotation hours, a 25 hour internship, and a 25 Page Medical Research Paper as well as complete an Anatomy and Physiology Course
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Replies to: Chances at BS/MD Programs (UConn, Siena, Union, Drexel ect.)

  • momo1616momo1616 Posts: 185Registered User Junior Member
    I think most bs/md programs' minimum requirements is 1400 and top 10% of your class. I think you have good EC's so make sure your academics is also up to par. Some also require SAT II's. But you might want to check individual program's requirements to make sure.
  • egyprinceegyprince Posts: 72Registered User Junior Member
    Well In my essay I wrote about this, but the reason my GPA is not as good as it should be is because I lost my house in Hurricane Irene and I was pretty much homeless for a semester, I also had tuberculosis and missed a month of school my freshman year, so it was difficult to find myself in the top 10% of my class... especially because the lowest gpa in my schools top 10 % is about a 97-98 all this will be expressed through my application and interviews
  • egyprinceegyprince Posts: 72Registered User Junior Member
    Please some advice would be nice, im extremely pasionate on becoming a doctor and I am super nervous about all of these programs and I would really love some input please
  • egyprinceegyprince Posts: 72Registered User Junior Member
    Bump -//--//
  • egyprinceegyprince Posts: 72Registered User Junior Member
    super bumpp
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