Fun with PLME

<p>Since I’m not a Republican, I’m glad Brown has the PLME (I’ll be more glad if I get in). It’s a good thing they decided on PLME and not PCME (Program in Conservative Medical Education).</p>

<p>Edit: I’m bored and procrastinating working on my PLME essay.</p>

<p>haha. i'm in the same boat with you.</p>

<p>does anybody know what the avg test scores are for PLME?</p>

<p>According to the data from 2004, the average SAT scores are 722 Verbal and 733 Mathematics on the SAT I.</p>

<p>that doesnt make you mean conservative? Because it's possible to be a liberal republican...</p>

<p>I was making generalizations.</p>

<p>"I was making generalizations."</p>

<p>I love you.</p>

<p>ahhhhhh glad to see i'm not the only one procrastinating on these</p>

<p>I have yet to start on those. Do they weigh the SAT IIs pretty heavily for the PLME? I totally messed up my bio score with a 660.</p>

<p>I didn't do too well on my SAT IIs either... retaking in January. Either way, my PLME essays turned out very strong. I think so anyway, and so do the people who read it. I worked pretty hard on those (every Brown essay actually) and I hope they make up for some of my below-average areas.</p>

<p>I heard for ED that if they didn't check some "box" that if they didn't get into PLME, they didn't get into Brown.</p>

<p>Is it possible to not get into PLME, but get into Brown for RD?</p>

<p>yeah i'm pretty sure you can....i remember reading that somewhere</p>

<p>That's absolutely possible. Remember, over 90% of those who apply for PLME don't get into it, but a lot are still accepted into Brown.</p>

<p>can your SATs be low if your SAT2's and ACT's are really good if u wanna go to PLME?</p>

<p>I've got a question - I'm doing the paper application, so do I have to handwrite my answers, or can I type and paste them?</p>

<p>Definitely type them... I think they'd prefer that because it's easier to read and easier to fit for you. Most people type long essays, whether sending on paper or online.</p>