BA/MD program chances?

<p>I'm ranked 1/476 in my school (never gotten a B)</p>

<p>GPA: 4.0 (unweighted) 5.2 (weighted)
Sat: 2240 Superscored (2200 not)
Math- 760
Writing- 780 (10/12 on essay)
Reading- 660 (700 with past test superscored)</p>

<p>Sat 2 :</p>

<p>Math 2: 760
US History: 740
Literature: 710
Biology: 700</p>

<p>AP scores- 10th grade:
World History - 4
Calc AB - 5
Psych - 5
Chem - 1 (HORRIBLE teacher)</p>

<p>AP score- 11th grade:
Calc Bc - 5 (AB SUBSCORE: 5)
US History- 5
Bio- 4
Physics C: Mechanics- 4
English Lang- 4
Macro Econ- 4</p>

<p>Senior year AP classes:
Physics C: E&M
English Lit
Latin AP
Environmental Science
Stats
Gov
Micro econ</p>

<p>I take courses at the local community college:
Macro Economy- Grade: A
Business Management/ Development- Grade: A</p>

<p>This summer I'm at UCLA for 6 weeks to take "MultiVariable Calculus" </p>

<p>Other info:
4 year Varsity tennis (recieved Coaches Award) (We also won Southern California Division 2 my junior year)
President of Key Club
President of JSA
member of JCL
member of NHS
member of CSF
over 400 hours of community service
Ball kid for a HUGE tennis tournament every year since 6th grade
attended a RYLA
Part of the CTY gifted and talented program since 7th grade
AP scholar (10th grade)
National AP Scholar (11th grade)
Scholar Athlete
Academic Awards of Excellence
Maxima cum Laude on National Latin Exam (9th grade)
Magna cum Laude on NLE (10th grade)
Student of the month (general)
Math Student of the month
Science Student of the Month
Most Outstanding Student in Science
Most Outstanding Student in Math</p>

<p>I also go to Iran once or twice a year for a few weeks to visit family and to help out the people and kids in the slums.</p>

<p>I have GREAT letters of rec and great essays.</p>

<p>Please chance me for UKMC's, Penn State's, BU's, and Universtiy of Rochester's!</p>

<p>THANKS</p>

<p>i mean UMKC***</p>

<p>first, how is your weighted gpa 5.2? second, your subject tests are a little low. I mean, if you are taking advanced calc at a college and have all these awards, you should have an 800 in math 2 easily. For your extra curriculars, you need something to show you really want to be a doctor, or at least care about people somewhat. Your essays better be excellent and need to explain why you want to be a doctor and are capable of doing so. Chancing you is a kind of rediculous, as the bs/md programs are very competitive and hard to predict.</p>

<p>^lol disregard what this person said about your math II score. You're fine... </p>

<p>But yes, you need to have some medical extra-curriculars.</p>

<p>I just finished my second year at the Columbian college of arts and sciences at The George Washington University in DC and I just got accepted to the Fordham Rose Hill campus in the Bronx, nyc as a rising junior. Although I did make many friends at GW, I did not like the school nor the city but I only have two more years left. Should I transfer to Fordham to a City in which I like or Should I stay at GW?</p>

<p>^wait what? are you in a bs/md program? and how does this have anything to do with OP's thread?</p>

<p>@bsmd... Yeah, maybe I'm wrong in saying that his subject tests are a little low because most of them are indeed great scores. I'm just saying it's a little odd to get a 5 in calc bc and be most outstanding math student/National AP scholar but be in the 81st percentile for math II. Maybe admissions officers won't care (we all know it's pretty random) but to me it raises a flag a bit.</p>

<p>nah, it doesn't raise any flags. It just means that he did less desirable (although I still think it's a great score) than what he normally does in math.</p>

<p>OP: At least you have the satisfaction of knowing most adcoms anywhere else would be really impressed with your resume. But...how would you convince them that you REALLY want to be a doctor? You absolutely NEED medical EC's in there (shadowing, hospital volunteering, internships, etc).</p>