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  • OncPhysSci

  • Application cycles: 06/24/2015
  • Demographics: Male, 26, Caucasian
  • Home state: Alabama
  • Last Active: 02/27/2016
  • Brief Profile: MD/PhD Applicant; not from Alabama just anonymous
  • // Applications //

    Application Cycle One: 06/24/2015

    • Undergraduate college: Private
    • Undergraduate Area of study: Biological/Life Sciences
    • Total MCAT SCORE: 511
    • MCAT Section Scores: B/B 129, C/P 127, CARS 127  
    • Overall GPA: 3.84
    • Science GPA: 3.82

    Summary of Application Experience

    Overall, very successful. Especially considering my poor (by MD/PhD standards) performance on the MCAT. I assume it helps that my MCAT was the first test date of MCAT2015 and there's not much admissions committees can make of it just yet.

    MD apps won't let me put MCAT2015 scores, but: Bio/Biochem 128, Chem/physics 127, verbal 127, psych/socio 125

    Application Complete, Rejected

    Jefferson Medical College
    University of Pennsylvania
    Washington University in St. Louis
    University of Colorado
    Cornell University
    University of North Carolina

    Invited for Interview, Withdrew

    UMDNJ - Robert Wood Johnson

    Attended Interview

    Emory University
    Medical University of South Carolina
    University of Texas, Houston

    Attended Interview, Withdrew

    Albert Einstein of Yeshiva University
    University of Massachusetts

    Attended Interview, Waitlisted, Rejected

    University of Pittsburgh

    Attended Interview, Waitlisted, Withdrew

    Long School of Medicine - University of Texas Health Sciences Center, San Antonio

    Accepted

    Baylor College
    Louisiana State University, New Orleans
    Temple University

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