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***Official Thread for 2016 BSMD applicants***


Replies to: ***Official Thread for 2016 BSMD applicants***

  • Undecided3494Undecided3494 Registered User Posts: 139 Junior Member
    I applied this past year with a 780 in Math 2 and a 730 on Chemistry. I can honestly say that based on the results of my applications SAT Subject tests are a very small part in the grand scheme of things. I'm Indian BTW.
  • GoldenRockGoldenRock Registered User Posts: 915 Member
    @junebug999 Hope and wish some thing worked out for you. Did you get the offer from OU MHSP since you were waitlisted? Where did you accept and decided to do your education. Thanks.
  • chocolatina1001chocolatina1001 Registered User Posts: 134 Junior Member
    edited July 2016
  • WhatSallyWhatSally Registered User Posts: 164 Junior Member
    "based on the results of my application" Would you share your results?
  • Undecided3494Undecided3494 Registered User Posts: 139 Junior Member

    GPA: 3.8 (UW), 4.1 (W)

    Class Rank: 39/345

    ACT: 35 (34R, 34E, 34M, 36S)

    SAT Subject Tests:
    Math 2: 780
    Chemistry: 730

    AP's at time of application:
    World History: 4
    Chemistry: 4
    Physics 1: 3
    English Language: 5
    US History: 5

    Senior AP's: Physics C Mechanics & E+M, English Literature, Calc AB, Biology, US Government & Politics

    State: NY
    Gender: Male
    Ethnicity: Asian American

    Hooks: None

    Major EC's:
    -Varsity Golf, 5 year starter and 2 year captain, state qualifier for 3 years
    -Varsity Basketball, 3 year starter and 2 year captain
    -Varsity Tennis, 4 year starter and 2 year captain, state qualifier for 2 years
    -Science Olympiad, President and won numerous regional and state competition medals

    Community Service:
    Hospital for 72 hours
    Local Youth Bureau for 56 hours

    Medical Activities:
    Shadowing Endocrinologist for 32 hours
    Working at local university for 6 weeks on a research internship

    Applied to following BS/MD Programs:

    Pitt GAP- Rejected Pre-interview

    St. Bonaventure/GW- Rejected Pre-interview

    Case PPSP- Interviewed and Accepted,

    Stony Brook Scholars in Medicine- Interviewed and accepted with full tuition,

    Union/AMC Leadership in Medicine- Interviewed and accepted with Presidential Scholarship

    Accepted at: SUNY Buffalo, SUNY Binghamton, Cornell, UNC-Chapel Hill, UVA

    Rejected: Johns Hopkins University


  • srk2017srk2017 Registered User Posts: 1,750 Senior Member
    @Undecided3494 - that is for posting the stats. Is the scholarship main reason for going to AMC/Union or leadership program? Any info on Stony Brook? Also, are you a NY resident?
  • Undecided3494Undecided3494 Registered User Posts: 139 Junior Member
    Not really for the scholarship because it was 20k which still left around 40k a year to pay, but luckily my parents have saved for my college education to allow me to go anywhere I wanted. The main reason for choosing the LIM program is the fact that it allows me to study history and biology during undergrad plus I will study and get an MBA in Healthcare Management during undergrad as well which I feel is quite valuable in today's world. Stony Brook question if I remember pertained to how Medicine is part of your life and how it intrigues you, since I did research I feel like I was able to answer this question very well. What this means is that if you are thinking about applying to Stony Brook make sure you have some sort of research experience and think deeply about why medicine is important to you. To answer your final question, yes I am a NY state resident.
  • texaspgtexaspg Super Moderator Posts: 16,597 Super Moderator
    Moderator's note: This is a thread for last year. It would be best for people to be asking questions in this years thread and point to people @name and they can still see your questions.

    I am closing this thread.
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