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chance me pleasee oos

rappasanirappasani 94 replies34 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 128 Junior Member
edited December 2007 in University of Washington
Hi all,
I plan on going into medicine. I am interested in perhaps biomedical engineering, biochemistry, and economics as an undergraduate major. So far I have applied ED to Brown University's program in liberal medical education. I am looking for some other schools with good medical school acceptance rates and great science programs. Here are my stats:

User Name: rappasani
Gender: M
Location: Massachusetts
College Class Year: 2012
High School: Public
High School Type: sends some grads to top schools
Will apply for financial aid: Yes


GPA - Unweighted: 0.00
GPA - Weighted: 4.58 out of 5
Class Rank: top 10%
Class Size: 395


SAT I Math: 650
SAT I Critical Reading: 550
SAT I Writing: 600
ACT: 28
SAT II U.S. History: 680
SAT II Math Level 1 (IC): 600
SAT II Math Level 2 (IIC): 570
SAT II Biology - M: 630

APs: Biology, US History, Microeconomics, Chemistry, Calculus BC, Physics, Macroeconomics


Significant Extracurriculars: National Honors Society (2007-2008)
Junior State of America/ Debate Club, President & Founder (2006-2008)
Biology-Chemistry Club (2004-2008)
Spanish Club (2006-2008)
National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine
Waltham High School Show Band-guitar (2004-2006)
Waltham High School Jazz Band-guitar (2004-2007)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Bhangra Club (2003-2006)
Waltham School Orchestra- violin player (1999-2005)

Leadership positions: Class President (2006-2007)
President & Founder of Debate Club (Junior State of America)
Athletic Status - list sport and your level: Waltham High School Varsity Tennis (2004-2008)
Waltham High School Indoor Track (2004-2005)
Volunteer/Service Work: -Tutor for Biology at Waltham High (2007-2008)
-Tutor for elementary school students (2007-2008)
-Volunteer at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (2005-2006)
-Volunteer in Department of Medicine, Beth-I
Honors and Awards: CollegeBoard AP: AP Scholar Award (2007)
Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award/University of Rochester Book Award (2007)
Also, submitted a research project to Intel STS
College Summer programs: Massachusetts Institute of Technology High School Studies Program

Work Experience:
•Children’s Hospital/Harvard Stem Cell Institute, Dr. Laurie Jackson-Grusby Laboratory
Student (2006-current) Boston, MA
• GeneExpression Systems, Inc. Waltham, MA
- Webmaster, Data Entry, Server management, Graphic Designer (2002-current)
•Columbia University Medical School, Nobel Laureate Dr. Eric Kandel Laboratory
Research Assistant/ Student (July 2006-September 2006) New York City, NY
•Columbia University Medical School, Dr. Jingyuge Ju’s Lab
Research Assistant/ Student (July 2006-September 2006) New York City, NY
• Children’s Hospital, Dr. Michael Greenberg’s Neurobiology Laboratory
Research Assistant (August 2005) Boston, MA
All Check Lists.com 2004-2005 Newton, MA
Database Management

I know that my test scores are low, but I am just very bad at taking standardized tests. Also with ACTs is it possible to mix the scores because than I would have a 30-31ish...or should I just send both reports to all my colleges?

Thank you,
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edited December 2007
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  • sotywhattysotywhatty 34 replies2 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 36 Junior Member
    ehhh not sure. For out of state ur test scores might be a little low, but you have very good e.c.'s. I think UW is like 80 percent in-state so its definitely a lot more difficult to get in outa-state. I still like ur chances tho - i'd say apply
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  • rappasanirappasani 94 replies34 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 128 Junior Member
    hmm ya sometimes it sucks to be outta state lol
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  • SteveTheBeavSteveTheBeav 223 replies7 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 230 Junior Member
    I second what was already said. Everything looks really good except your SATs and being out of state makes it difficult.
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  • Play-DohPlay-Doh 187 replies11 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 198 Junior Member
    You can do what I am doing :) cross your fingers and hope OOS doesn't hurt us too badly!
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