Official Guaranteed Medical Program Stats (Plme, HPME, etc.)

<p>Can people who have either been accepted or rejected post your stats here please to help future applicants? Please pot even if you are'nt admitted this year. Here's a shortened template: </p>



<p>SAT: 2400 V- 800 M- 800 E-800 Writing-12</p>

<p>SAT II: Chem, Math II, etc.</p>

<p>ACT: 36 M-36 R-36 E-36 S-36 Writing-12</p>

<p>AP classes taken (score in parentheses) </p>

<p>PSAT score</p>

<p>Research exp., Hrs. of Shadow/ Volunteer, AWARDS, ECs, etc. (Anything that you thought really helped your chances.)</p>

<p>THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH... I really appreciate your help</p>

<p>ps...those weren't actually my stats...that would be totally insane..</p>

<p>Why don’t you try posting this request in the pre-med forum?</p>

<p>Although, honestly, I don’t see how the responses you’d get would be much help to you. The application process for these spots is quite rigorous and depends on so much more than just stat’s.</p>

<p>Can you please elaborate…like what do you think would help a freshman? Now that I think about it, I think that you are right that there’s no point in knowing their stats, but what ECs would you recommend (other than the usual trio:volunteering, shadowing, and research.). Whatever I set my mind to I can be passionate about, so suggestions would be helpful. </p>




<p>What I’d recommend is that you LIVE YOUR LIFE! Do what you enjoy, do what you’re good at, do what your parents want you to do (not really - but you could at least give it a try!) . . . don’t look to strangers to tell you how to spend the next four years.</p>

<p>Nothing we say is going to guarantee your acceptance to the BA/MD programs . . . and relying on our recommendations instead of charting your own course will almost certainly guarantee your rejection.</p>