EMT-B certification-never worked as EMT, but this is what drove me to want to attend medical school Taking a year off and working as a phlebotomist INBRE research research funding (Summer, and a full school year) Undergraduate scholars program research funding (one semester) Volunteer at boys and girls club Worked at a pizza joint 20-25 hrs. a week to pay the bills for all four years of school Physics TA ETC....
My GPA over the past two years is a 4.0 My GPA over the past four years is a 3.85 As you can see, my first year of school I did horrible.
// Applications //
Application Cycle One: 2007
Undergraduate college: MSU
Undergraduate Area of study: Biological/Life Sciences
Total MCAT SCORE: 509
MCAT Section Scores:
Overall GPA: 3.41
Science GPA: 3.68
Summary of Application Experience
This profile is for my own use to keep myself up to date with this process. Feel free to make some comments (both positive and negative).
June 6th- After reviewing my application twenty times, I finally submitted my application to AMCAS, but I'm still waiting on a doctor to submit my LOR after reminding him multiple times.
June 12th-AMCAS verified my application, and lowered my science GPA by 0.17. A little more than I expected, but nothing I can do now.
June 26th-Submitted secondary to Tulane University.
June 28th-Submitted secondary to University of Vermont.
Well I fell behind in updating, but I got my first invite on 07/24 at Tulane.
12/10/07- I just got back from my interview at EVMS and I absolutely loved the school. I was told to be prepared for one ethical question. However, I was faced with about five. Hopefully all went well, but it will be awhile until I find out. Furthermore, I have interviewed at WVU, Creighton, and Tulane. So far, I have been put on the waitlist at Tulane and Creighton which was dissapointing, but I still have a chance. I don't expect to hear back from either of these schools until March/May. I should hear a post-interview decission from WVU sometime next week.