-Finished undergrad a year early, double major in economics and pre-med related field, magna cum laude. Completed one-year MPH from Ivy w/ strong public health school. Taking a gap year during this app cycle. -Will be applying MD/MBA joint admissions where available.
--> 2 sport D-I athlete, All-Ivy, Academic All-American (Under Armour, coaches' association All-American in HS. Rivals Top 100 recruits, 2x ESPN FAB 50 team). Have represented the US in one sport at age group, junior, and collegiate/senior levels. --> 4 pubs (1,2,5,6 author), another 2 in prep/submitted. 4 nat'l/int'l level conference presentations/posters. Won a national honor for student research (basic research). --> 1 year of clinical research in ortho-spine surgery. Will be co-author of upcoming book chapter w/ PI doc. --> 1 self-written review on ortho/sports med in-press (recently accepted). --> Head of review for undergrad research pub, on review board for 2 other schools' UG journals --> Editor for school paper, writer for satire magazine --> Concert certified pianist --> Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi, Alpha Iota Gamma, Alpha Phi Omega, AMSA --> Lifeguard, swim coach, SAT tutor jobs. Sports med trainer for school athletics dept. --> Student gov. athlete rep --> Lots and lots of different volunteering/shadowing/charity. Various volunteering awards. --> Other misc. fun facts (ie FIDE ranked chess player, tri-lingual etc) --> Gap year job: Funded to co-head a sports med, injury prevention/treatment, and surgical rehab study by the MLBPA in Chicago.
// Applications //
Application Cycle One: 06/30/2015
Undergraduate college: Ivy
Undergraduate Area of study: Psychology/Social Sciences
Area of Study: Other
Degree Obtained: Masters of Public Health (MPH)
Total MCAT SCORE: 472
MCAT Section Scores:
Overall GPA: 3.70
Science GPA: 3.51
Summary of Application Experience
3/8: Looks like my cycle is winding down. I'll update maybe one more time if anything new happens. Deleted my comments/reactions to each school on here, PM me on SDN if you're curious about any place specific. Hope this helps!