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chzo724chzo724 Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
edited January 2008 in High School Student Topics
So I'm a high school junior that wants to go into the medical field. I have no idea what my range is for stable chances of getting into a good college.

I have a 3.5 unweighted GPA with a 3.8 weighted GPA, a 32 on the ACT (I'm retaking, shooting for a 34 in April). I do volunteer time at a hospital biweekly, and I've done figure skating competitively since I was 5. I know I definitely can't get into HYPS, but what about Duke, Cornell, Brown, UPenn, JHU, UCLA?

I basically just want to know what my chances are at getting into a good medical program that will maximize my chances of getting into a good med school, and any recommendations to good medical programs at universities not listed above are welcome!
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