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  • absolute10

  • Application cycles: 06/30/2009
  • Demographics: Female, 35, Caucasian
  • Home state: Illinois
  • Last Active: 07/06/2010
  • Brief Profile: 3 years biochem/endocrine research (posters, awards, papers, etc)
    peer-tutoring bio/chem
    family practice clinic experience
  • // Applications //

    Application Cycle One: 06/30/2009

    • Undergraduate college: University of Illinois Ubana-Champaign
    • Undergraduate Area of study: Biological/Life Sciences
    • Total MCAT SCORE: 502
    • MCAT Section Scores: B/B 127, C/P 125, CARS 124  
    • Overall GPA: 3.96
    • Science GPA: 3.94

    Summary of Application Experience

    Submitted primary app in July and was Verified by AMCAS by August. I basically kept my schools to ones in Illinois because that is where I am instate and I knew with my poor MCAT score that I did not have much of a chance elsewhere. The whole process was really stressful and annoying to say the least. It just dragged on and on with schools not giving you any answers. I mainly made this profile so that I could give hope to candidates with low MCAT scores. I did not know if a 26 MCAT would allow me to get in- but I did get two interviews and thus far one acceptance :)

    Feel free to comment on here or to message me with any questions that you have about my application or how the process went, etc.

    Applied, Rejected

    Southern Illinois University

    Application Complete, Rejected

    Drexel University
    University of Cincinnati
    University of Illinois
    Rush Medical College
    Medical College of Wisconsin
    Loyola University Chicago

    Attended Interview, Waitlisted

    University of Chicago


    Rosalind Franklin University

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