Has anyone got into any of these accelerated medical programs with under 4.0 Weighted

<p>Has anyone got into a ba/md program with a gpa under 4.0 weighted?</p>

<p>I had a 3.96 Unweighted and got into Boston University's Accelerated Program.</p>

<p>could you post your stats for getting in to BU BA/MD?</p>

<p>I had like a 3.8 unweighted and got into a bunch of BA/MD programs including Miami, Case, and an interview for Rice/Baylor.</p>

<p>well, i got one B thruout high school
it should come out as 3.96 or something like that
i got into BU's program, and an in state program</p>

<p>3.8, got into RPI and Sophie Davis</p>

Can I apply more than one undergraduate (Siena, Union, and RPI) for the AMC program? Or, do I only allow to select one from RPI, Siena, or Union to apply?</p>

<p>yeah, but since the admissions committee at AMC makes the final decisions for these programs, they'll ask during interviews why you're applying to programs with such different focuses. i applied to both rpi and union and was caught off guard in my interviews with their questions but fudged my way through.</p>

I knew RPI/AMC is ok for non-NY resident to apply. How about the Sophie Davis?</p>

<p>only NY residents.</p>

<p>3.95 weighted into Drexel/Drexel
I suppose you have a shot if SAT's compensate (2250+)</p>

AMC is really dedicated to ethics. In your interview, Did you get questions such as, health care, abortion, stem cell research, dignity act of Oregon?</p>

<p>Would a 3.3+ uw stand a chance at these schools?</p>

<p>yes i did get questions related to the above. nothing on the dignity act of Oregon, never heard of it. the guy asked me a question about a recent development, something that happened two weeks prior to my interview, in stem cell research. he justified asking me the question by saying that the research i had done was related when it totally wasnt even close. i had absolutely no idea what obscure headline he was referring to and i told him that...apparently it wasnt a huge deal because i got into RPI's program.</p>

<p>i got an ethical scenario in my interview. my interviewer gave me a situation she recently had to deal with regarding a patient refusing treatment... it was lucky that i had read about it... i got into both rpi/amc and union/amc</p>