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  • User #11334

  • Application cycles: 2009
  • Demographics: Male, East Asian
  • Home state: California

// Applications //

Application Cycle One: 2009

  • Undergraduate college: UC Berkeley
  • Undergraduate Area of study: Biological/Life Sciences
  • Total MCAT SCORE: 509
  • MCAT Section Scores: B/B 127, C/P 127, CARS 127  
  • Overall GPA: 3.90
  • Science GPA: 3.90

Summary of Application Experience

Applying for 2010 matriculation. So far I just clicked a bunch of schools that I am considering applying to. I will cross-list with MSAR, and other sources to narrow it down. Please cite schools that I should take off the list and for what reason! Thank you!

I am hoping to avoid writing too many secondary essays, although I have been told that I shouldn't. Regardless, I doubt I will apply to Duke =P

Recommendations are very welcome.


Yale University
Washington University in St. Louis
Vanderbilt University
University of Southern California
University of Pennsylvania
University of Michigan
University of California, San Francisco
University of California, San Diego
University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, Irvine
University of California, Davis
Stanford University
New York University
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Harvard University
Case Western Reserve University
Baylor College
Virginia Commonwealth University
University of Virginia
University of Vermont
University of Rochester
University of Pittsburgh
University of Cincinnati
Temple University
Saint Louis University
Pennsylvania State University
New York Medical College
Medical College of Wisconsin
Loyola University Chicago
Jefferson Medical College
Georgetown University
George Washington University
Boston University
Albany Medical College

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