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  • Application cycles: 06/03/2010
  • Demographics: Male, 35, East Asian
  • Home state: California
  • Last Active: 07/29/2010
  • Brief Profile: MCAT Score is best section scores of two examinations

    undergrad double major - Physiology and Communication

    1 year of being a Resident Advisor
    2 years of student-run clinics
    1+ year of research
    2 quarters of volunteering in an ER (80+ hours)
    7 weeks of volunteering in Thailand (200+ hours)
    3 months in Radiology Dept (100+ hours)
    Current volunteer in Neurology

    Letters of Rec: Honors Program director, Thailand volunteer director, Communications professor, Research professor, Biochem professor, Nutrition professor, Graduate school advisor/professor
  • // Applications //

    Application Cycle One: 06/03/2010

    • Undergraduate college: University of California
    • Undergraduate Area of study: Biological/Life Sciences
    • Institution: Georgetown University
    • Area of Study: Biological/Life Sciences
    • Degree Obtained: Master of Science
    • Total MCAT SCORE: 517
    • MCAT Section Scores: B/B 130, C/P 129, CARS 129  
    • Overall GPA: 3.53
    • Science GPA: 3.30

    Summary of Application Experience

    AMCAS submitted 6/4/10
    AMCAS verified 6/11/10

    Applied

    Albert Einstein of Yeshiva University
    Columbia University
    University of California, Los Angeles
    University of Southern California
    Mount Sinai School of Medicine
    New York Medical College
    New York University
    SUNY Downstate
    University of California, San Francisco
    University of California, San Diego
    University of California, Davis
    University of California, Irvine
    Cornell University

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