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Hi, i am a junior in high school right now and i am VERY interested in becoming a dentist. however, my grades are not amazing.
GPA: 3.66 (all advanced classes, top public school)
SAT: 1290 (composite ... will be taking again in Dec. + NEW SAT)
- Will take 6-7 APs by graduation
SAT IIs: To be taken
President of Medical Explorers
President Of Italian Club
Vice president of the Community Actions Commitee
National Honor Society
Layout Editor of the Yearbook
Varsity Fencing Team For 4 years (Captain since sophmore year)
- I have went to nationals in fencing and hopefully will qualify for junior olympics, #2 in my county, all county honors .. all that kinda stuff.. i hope to get recruited into some colleges.)
- Varsity Track Team
Internship at new york presbyterian hospital in pediatric cardiology.
Theres some more on the resume .. but those are the highlights and i most likely will be doing another internship in dentistry, but i believe that my ECs are strong
So im looking at any acclerate/regular combinded dental program. Can anyone tell me if it is to farfetched for me or if i have a genuine chance. Are bs/dds programs as competitive as bs/md programs? Wat Bs/dds programs out there are good? Are bs/dds programs worth it?