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ED Chance

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This discussion was created from comments split from: Chance Me Boston University (Class of 2025, currently a junior).
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  • sjentisssjentiss 1 replies0 threads New Member
    planning on apply ed for class of 2025 either as a bio major or human physiology major

    STATS
    uw gpa-3.63 w-4.11
    no class rank
    ACT: 35
    sat math ii:770 planning to take sat bio in august

    CLASSES:
    -sophomore year: ap euro(3)
    -junior year: ap calc ab(5), ap psych(4), ap bio(3)
    -senior year: ap chem ap stats ap gov ap econ ap csa
    -honors bio/chem, math, english freshman and sophomore year
    -three years of spanish
    -took anatomy(A), preparing for health care occupation(B), and sociology(A) courses at colleges

    EAs:
    -CPR and first aid certified
    -summer medicine program at Berkeley
    -volunteered at community events freshman year(16 hours)
    -red cross leadership medical program
    -stanford clinical summer internship
    -tutored math for 2 years
    -volunteered continuously every week since sophomore year at hospital(200+ hours) going to be shift leader
    -shadowed three surgeries
    -shadowed at a clinic
    -founded genetics club at school and raised about $400

    profile:
    indian american female from california

    planning to get rec letters from ap bio teacher who i had for honors bio and volunteer coordinator at my hospital

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  • glassbeadsglassbeads 1 replies0 threads New Member
    I just graduated as a bio major from BU, you seem to be a strong but fairly standard candidate. However, I think BU will likely like the fact that you're applying ED. I also think that your strong clinical experience is definitely a plus, particularly for the human physiology program. I say go ahead and apply if BU is your dream school! Best of luck!
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