-A lot of military research experience and some pretty cool research awards - both military and civilian. -Few \"interesting trips\" overseas with the military. -Air Force Academy Instructor Pilot - teach Air Force cadets the basics of airmanship. Get to fly/teach flying every other day - up to 12-15 hours a week! Absolutely epic experiences flying. -Squadron Commander of my Flying Squadron. 300-350 pilots under command. In Command of everything from operations, safety, training, etc. -EMT back in High School and continued as one in the military. About 400 hours of EMT time. -Some pretty cool shadowing experiences - civilian and military. -Bunch of crazy things from the Academy - from jumping out of planes to survival training to interrogation resistance training. So much stuff I couldn\'t even write it all out. Ask if you want to know more.
Not the highest MCAT scores for some of the schools I applied to since I didn\'t really have a lot of time to dedicate to studying for the MCAT at USAFA. But I thought why not? We\'ll see what happens.
Home state is Virginia - but we\'re counted as in state for Colorado as well.
USAFA Grads automatically get HPSP if we get into a civilian school - if we go to USUHS we just stay active duty.
AFER over on SDN as well. Feel free to ask if you\'ve got any questions about anything.
// Applications //
Application Cycle One: 06/04/2012
Undergraduate college: Air Force Academy
Undergraduate Area of study: Biological/Life Sciences
Total MCAT SCORE: 511
MCAT Section Scores:
Overall GPA: 3.72
Science GPA: 3.65
Combined PhD/MSTP: No
Secondary Completed: No
Interview Invite: No
Interview Attended: No
Summary of Experience:
Didn't make the "Work to probable payout to desire to attend" cutline.