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Nova Southeastern (NSU) 7-year BS/DO


Replies to: Nova Southeastern (NSU) 7-year BS/DO

  • docaspirantdocaspirant Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
    Are you also 2016 applicant ?
  • pakidoc124pakidoc124 Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
    got into 3+4 and let me tell you nova is the best bs do program there is. the mcat is a 26ish requirement lmfaoo thats easy as balls if you actually study. most people arent serious about medicine and take it lightly and end up bombing the mcat. dont be that person. it take a 32ish mcat to get into MD schools so this is a free ticket to med school in 77 degree weather. take it or leave it.
  • BOBROSSBOBROSS Registered User Posts: 140 Junior Member
    @pakidoc124 I like the way you look at it. Gives a good perspective.
  • sandtime4sandtime4 Registered User Posts: 28 New Member
    Srry to ask but what we're you're guys stats? Mine are 4.55 w gpa and 33act, do u guys think I will get in
  • catcrazy0630catcrazy0630 Registered User Posts: 29 New Member
    Hey guys! I am currently a junior in high school...senior year and college apps are right around the corner :(
    I'm extremely interested in the Nova BS/DO program and I was wondering whether any of you guys got in without shadowing an MD or DO.
  • BOBROSSBOBROSS Registered User Posts: 140 Junior Member
    You have a full summer to do shadowing. Just call around someone will say yes.
  • Dolfan99Dolfan99 Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
    Hey just doing some research for college as I will be applying this year. I have heard of the advantages of Nova's dual admission programs and was wondering how my chances are and whether I should apply for the seven or eight year program. Here are my stats:

    3.85 uw
    5.21 w

    Course load:
    AP and Honors with mostly A's and occasional B's

    Standardized Testing:
    1970 old SAT (out of 2400)
    1390 new sat (out of 1600)
    29 ACT

    Volunteer at Cleveland Clinic {regional hospital} (140 hours committed)
    Debate (multiple officer positions)
    MSA (Vice President)
    Volunteer at two nonprofit mosques (~200 hrs)

    John Hopkins Book award recipient
    AP Scholar with Honor (10th grade)
    AP Scholar with Distinction and National AP Scholar (11th grade)
    Special Distinction in Debate (11th grade)

    I'll appreciate any advice and congrats to those who were accepted into nova's program.
  • LordLanaLordLana Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
    Did you manage to get in?
  • GoalToDrGoalToDr Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
    Hi : Can someone confirm if the minimum requirement for BS/DO - weighted gpa 3.5 is out of 4 or 5?
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