My top goal is to get into a combined medical program without the MCAT. What programs do you all feel that I have a shot at?
Located in MN
Rank: 4 of 512
SAT II: US History 730, Math 2 790, will take chemistry and possibly something else.
US History: 4
European history- will find out soon
Language and composition will find out soon
Literature and composition-(Next year)
Calc BC-(Next year)
Curriculum consisted of the above classes along with honors and College in school classes. There were a few easier classes as well (Band, engineering, gym, debate, etc).
Varsity Debate (Vice President) (Primary Coach)
National Honors Society
Spanish National Honors Society
Student Council (2 years)
Tennis (2-3 years, nothing great)
School newspaper writer
Out of school-
Shadowed a doctor in both the United States and in rural India
Volunteered 200hrs at local hospital
Volunteered many hours in local events, fundraisers, cancer support groups etc.
Attended an exclusive college chemical engineering and materials camp.
Piano (played for 6 or so years)
Trombone (6 years or so)
2 Presidential academic awards.
Quarter finalist and runner up in state debate tournaments
Dartmouth book award
National Merit recognition (Im pretty sure)
ALSO: I was looking at the combined program at Union college and Albany medical school. It seems easier to get into, but i have conflicting data on whether the MCAT is needed. Even more, I read that Albany Medical college isn't that great. Is it worth it?