Who is Dr. Lewis?



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  • 4/28/10
  • www.lewisassoc.com
  • Am I Competitive for Medical School?
  • Workshop by
  • Cynthia Lewis, Ph.D.
  • Pre-health Advisor

Who is Dr. Lewis?

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  • Marine Biologist
  • Developmental Biology Researcher
  • Marine Biologist
  • Developmental Biology Researcher
  • Pre-Health Advisor
  • Marine Biologist
  • Developmental Biology Researcher
  • Pre-Health Advisor
    • San Diego State University, 11 years, including Director of Health Careers Opportunity Program for minority and disadvantaged pre-health students
  • Marine Biologist
  • Developmental Biology Researcher
  • Pre-Health Advisor
    • San Diego State University, 11 years, including Director of Health Careers Opportunity Program for minority and disadvantaged pre-health students
  • Lewis Associates Medical Strategies
  • Marine Biologist
  • Developmental Biology Researcher
  • Pre-Health Advisor
    • San Diego State University, 11 years, including Director of Health Careers Opportunity Program for minority and disadvantaged pre-health students
  • Lewis Associates Medical Strategies
  • 30 Acceptances to Harvard Medical and Dental Schools over 25 years

Who are the Admissions Committee and Staff at health professions schools?

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  • Faculty in basic sciences and clinical practice
  • Faculty in basic sciences and clinical practice
  • School administrators: Deans, Directors of Admissions, student services, curriculum, etc.
  • Faculty in basic sciences and clinical practice
  • School administrators: Deans, Directors of Admissions, student services, curriculum, etc.
  • Alumni clinicians
  • Faculty in basic sciences and clinical practice
  • School administrators: Deans, Directors of Admissions, student services, curriculum, etc.
  • Alumni clinicians
  • Health professions (e.g. medical) students

Why is it important to know who the Gate-keepers of the profession are?

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  • Because they are your audience who evaluate you for admissions
  • Because they are your audience who evaluate you for admissions
  • You need to see the world from their perspective
  • Because they are your audience who evaluate you for admissions
  • You need to see the world from their perspective
  • They already understand “what it takes” to complete their training programs, and they know what clinical practice is

Why is it important to know who the Gate-keepers of the profession are?

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  • Gatekeepers want to understand
  • Your motivation for this career
  • Your motivation for this career
  • Your experiences: clinical, service, leadership, research, etc.
  • Your motivation for this career
  • Your experiences: clinical, service, leadership, research, etc.
  • Why did you select to do each?
  • Your motivation for this career
  • Your experiences: clinical, service, leadership, research, etc.
  • Why did you select to do each?
  • What did you learn from each?
  • Your motivation for this career
  • Your experiences: clinical, service, leadership, research, etc.
  • Why did you select to do each?
  • What did you learn from each?
  • How did each affect you?
  • Your motivation for this career
  • Your experiences: clinical, service, leadership, research, etc.
  • Why did you select to do each?
  • What did you learn from each?
  • How did each affect you?
  • What new experiences did you take on because of each?
  • Your motivation for this career
  • Your experiences: clinical, service, leadership, research, etc.
  • Why did you select to do each?
  • What did you learn from each?
  • How did each affect you?
  • What new experiences did you take on because of each?
  • How did each change you?
  • Your motivation for this career
  • Your experiences: clinical, service, leadership, research, etc.
  • Why did you select to do each?
  • What did you learn from each?
  • How did each affect you?
  • What new experiences did you take on because of each?
  • How did each change you?
  • Did your perspective change?
  • Your motivation for this career
  • Your experiences: clinical, service, leadership, research, etc.
  • Why did you select to do each?
  • What did you learn from each?
  • How did each affect you?
  • What new experiences did you take on because of each?
  • How did each change you?
  • Did your perspective change?
  • Did your understanding of the world change?
  • Your motivation for this career
  • Your experiences: clinical, service, leadership, research, etc.
  • Why did you select to do each?
  • What did you learn from each?
  • How did each affect you?
  • What new experiences did you take on because of each?
  • How did each change you?
  • Did your perspective change?

Barometer for Participation in Any Extracurricular Activity

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  • Source: Gabriel Garcia, MD, Professor of Medicine, Peter E. Haas Director, Haas Center for Public Service, Associate Dean of Medical School Admissions, Stanford University
  • Showing up
  • Showing up
  • Showing up for a long time
  • Showing up
  • Showing up for a long time
  • Leadership
  • Showing up
  • Showing up for a long time
  • Leadership
  • Advocacy
  • Showing up
  • Showing up for a long time
  • Leadership
  • Advocacy
  • Innovation
  • Showing up
  • Showing up for a long time
  • Leadership
  • Advocacy
  • Innovation
  • Legacy

Commitment

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  • Source: Gabriel Garcia, MD, Professor of Medicine, Peter E. Haas Director, Haas Center for Public Service, Associate Dean of Medical School Admissions, Stanford University
  • Track record reflecting a desire to impact the health care of all our communities as clinicians, academicians or policy makers
  • Public service
  • Track record reflecting a desire to impact the health care of all our communities as clinicians, academicians or policy makers
  • Public service
  • Cultural Activities
  • Track record reflecting a desire to impact the health care of all our communities as clinicians, academicians or policy makers
  • Public service
  • Cultural Activities
  • Educational Endeavors
  • Track record reflecting a desire to impact the health care of all our communities as clinicians, academicians or policy makers
  • Public service
  • Cultural Activities
  • Educational Endeavors
  • Scholarly Pursuits

Educational Context “Distance Traveled”

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  • Source: Gabriel Garcia, MD, Professor of Medicine, Peter E. Haas Director, Haas Center for Public Service, Associate Dean of Medical School Admissions, Stanford University
  • Interpret the scholastic record taking into account:
  • Interpret the scholastic record taking into account:
  • Parental income, education and occupation
  • Interpret the scholastic record taking into account:
  • Parental income, education and occupation
  • Pre-college education
  • Interpret the scholastic record taking into account:
  • Parental income, education and occupation
  • Pre-college education
  • Hours per week of work while attending college for financial support
  • Interpret the scholastic record taking into account:
  • Parental income, education and occupation
  • Pre-college education
  • Hours per week of work while attending college for financial support
  • Cultural barriers
  • Geographic location where applicant was raised
  • Interpret the scholastic record taking into account:
  • Parental income, education and occupation
  • Pre-college education
  • Hours per week of work while attending college for financial support
  • Cultural barriers
  • Geographic location where applicant was raised
  • Prior experiences with any type of prejudice
  • Interpret the scholastic record taking into account:
  • Parental income, education and occupation
  • Pre-college education
  • Hours per week of work while attending college for financial support
  • Cultural barriers
  • Geographic location where applicant was raised
  • Prior experiences with any type of prejudice
  • Impact of stereotype threat
  • Interpret the scholastic record taking into account:
  • Parental income, education and occupation
  • Pre-college education
  • Hours per week of work while attending college for financial support
  • Cultural barriers
  • Geographic location where applicant was raised
  • Prior experiences with any type of prejudice
  • Impact of stereotype threat
  • Special family circumstances

Holistic Review Issues

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  • Source: Robert A. Witzburg, M.D., Associate Dean and Director of Admissions, Boston University School of Medicine
  • Cognitive factors
    • Not just the academic record
  • Cognitive factors
    • Not just the academic record
  • Experiential factors
  • Cognitive factors
    • Not just the academic record
  • Experiential factors
  • Characterologic factors
  • Cognitive factors
    • Not just the academic record
  • Experiential factors
  • Characterologic factors
  • Behavioral factors
  • Cognitive factors
    • Not just the academic record
  • Experiential factors
  • Characterologic factors
  • Behavioral factors
  • Race, ethnicity, language, & culture
  • Cognitive factors
    • Not just the academic record
  • Experiential factors
  • Characterologic factors
  • Behavioral factors
  • Race, ethnicity, language, & culture
  • Mission fit
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  • Desirable Traits How to Measure
  • (Doctors & Applicants) Traits
  • Source: Robert A. Witzburg, M.D., Associate Dean and Director of Admissions, Boston University School of Medicine
  • Intellectual ability Academic record
  • Intellectual ability Academic record
  • Commitment to service Prior history
  • Intellectual ability Academic record
  • Commitment to service Prior history
  • Cultural sensitivity Past behavior
  • Intellectual ability Academic record
  • Commitment to service Prior history
  • Cultural sensitivity Past behavior
  • Empathy & compassion Essay, references
  • Intellectual ability Academic record
  • Commitment to service Prior history
  • Cultural sensitivity Past behavior
  • Empathy & compassion Essay, references
  • Capacity for growth Adversities overcome
  • Intellectual ability Academic record
  • Commitment to service Prior history
  • Cultural sensitivity Past behavior
  • Empathy & compassion Essay, references
  • Capacity for growth Adversities overcome
  • Emotional resilience Distance traveled
  • Intellectual ability Academic record
  • Commitment to service Prior history
  • Cultural sensitivity Past behavior
  • Empathy & compassion Essay, references
  • Capacity for growth Adversities overcome
  • Emotional resilience Distance traveled
  • Strength of character Testimonials
  • Intellectual ability Academic record
  • Commitment to service Prior history
  • Cultural sensitivity Past behavior
  • Empathy & compassion Essay, references
  • Capacity for growth Adversities overcome
  • Emotional resilience Distance traveled
  • Strength of character Testimonials
  • Interpersonal skills Interview, references
  • Intellectual ability Academic record
  • Commitment to service Prior history
  • Cultural sensitivity Past behavior
  • Empathy & compassion Essay, references
  • Capacity for growth Adversities overcome
  • Emotional resilience Distance traveled
  • Strength of character Testimonials
  • Interpersonal skills Interview, references
  • Curiosity & engagement Life choices

Jim: First Time Applicant, not ready

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  • Imagine yourself attending a research university with large classes, where to enter, you need strong GPA and SAT/ACT scores from high school. OK…you are ready to conquer the world…
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  • Jim: First Time Applicant, not ready
  • But, sometimes, a student has no career goals
  • But, sometimes, a student has no career goals
  • Or, is so smart that they did not develop strong study or collaborative skills
  • But, sometimes, a student has no career goals
  • Or, is so smart that they did not develop strong study or collaborative skills
  • Or, does not prepare in a timely fashion for submitting a competitive application
  • But, sometimes, a student has no career goals
  • Or, is so smart that they did not develop strong study or collaborative skills
  • Or, does not prepare in a timely fashion for submitting a competitive application
  • Or, there is an imbalance between academic achievement, service, clinical experience, leadership, research, etc.
  • But, sometimes, a student has no career goals
  • Or, is so smart that they did not develop strong study or collaborative skills
  • Or, does not prepare in a timely fashion for submitting a competitive application
  • Or, there is an imbalance between academic achievement, service, clinical experience, leadership, research, etc.
  • Or, does not connect personally with individuals during the preparation process, thus having a difficult time securing letters of recommendation
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  • Jim: First Time Applicant, not ready
  • 3.7 College Overall GPA
  • 3.7 College Overall GPA
  • High School Service
  • 3.7 College Overall GPA
  • High School Service
  • No College Service
  • 3.7 College Overall GPA
  • High School Service
  • No College Service
  • No College Leadership
  • 3.7 College Overall GPA
  • High School Service
  • No College Service
  • No College Leadership
  • College Research
  • 3.7 College Overall GPA
  • High School Service
  • No College Service
  • No College Leadership
  • College Research
  • 2 Years Direct Patient Care
  • 3.7 College Overall GPA
  • High School Service
  • No College Service
  • No College Leadership
  • College Research
  • 2 Years Direct Patient Care
  • 1 Term Study Abroad

But … People are Complex

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  • Missed Advising Appointments
  • Letters of Recommendation Late
  • Missed Advising Appointments
  • Letters of Recommendation Late
  • “Good on Paper”
  • Missed Advising Appointments
  • Letters of Recommendation Late
  • “Good on Paper”
  • Maturity + Courage
  • Missed Advising Appointments
  • Letters of Recommendation Late
  • “Good on Paper”
  • Maturity + Courage
  • Wait 1 Year
  • Missed Advising Appointments
  • Letters of Recommendation Late
  • “Good on Paper”
  • Maturity + Courage
  • Wait 1 Year
  • Service
  • Missed Advising Appointments
  • Letters of Recommendation Late
  • “Good on Paper”
  • Maturity + Courage
  • Wait 1 Year
  • Service
  • Research
  • Missed Advising Appointments
  • Letters of Recommendation Late
  • “Good on Paper”
  • Maturity + Courage
  • Wait 1 Year
  • Service
  • Research
  • Letters

Jim: Next Year

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  • New Personal Statement
  • New Personal Statement
    • Use of Medical Degree = Concrete Vision for Future Career
  • New Personal Statement
    • Use of Medical Degree = Concrete Vision for Future Career
  • Submitted Early Application (mid June)

Jim: Outcomes

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  • Interviewed at 6 MD Schools
  • Interviewed at 6 MD Schools
  • Accepted to 1
  • Interviewed at 6 MD Schools
  • Accepted to 1
  • Waitlisted at 4
  • Interviewed at 6 MD Schools
  • Accepted to 1
  • Waitlisted at 4
  • Waiting to Hear from 1 More

Susan: First Time Applicant, ready

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  • 1st generation immigrant
  • 1st generation immigrant
  • ESL
  • 1st generation immigrant
  • ESL
  • Professional parents
  • 1st generation immigrant
  • ESL
  • Professional parents
  • Minor health care policy/management
  • 1st generation immigrant
  • ESL
  • Professional parents
  • Minor health care policy/management
  • Artist
  • 1st generation immigrant
  • ESL
  • Professional parents
  • Minor health care policy/management
  • Artist
  • Science/Overall GPA strong
  • 1st generation immigrant
  • ESL
  • Professional parents
  • Minor health care policy/management
  • Artist
  • Science/Overall GPA strong
  • MCAT 28
  • 1st generation immigrant
  • ESL
  • Professional parents
  • Minor health care policy/management
  • Artist
  • Science/Overall GPA strong
  • MCAT 28 27
  • 1st generation immigrant
  • ESL
  • Professional parents
  • Minor health care policy/management
  • Artist
  • Science/Overall GPA strong
  • MCAT 28 27, Essay O
  • 1st generation immigrant
  • ESL
  • Professional parents
  • Minor health care policy/management
  • Artist
  • Science/Overall GPA strong
  • MCAT 28 27, Essay O Q
  • 1st generation immigrant
  • ESL
  • Professional parents
  • Minor health care policy/management
  • Artist
  • Science/Overall GPA strong
  • MCAT 28 27, Essay O Q
  • Strong research
  • 1st generation immigrant
  • ESL
  • Professional parents
  • Minor health care policy/management
  • Artist
  • Science/Overall GPA strong
  • MCAT 28 27 Essay O Q
  • Strong research
  • Strong clinical shadowing + direct patient care
  • 1st generation immigrant
  • ESL
  • Professional parents
  • Minor health care policy/management
  • Artist
  • Science/Overall GPA strong
  • MCAT 28 27, Essay O Q
  • Strong research
  • Strong clinical shadowing + direct patient care
  • Mentored/tutored kids
  • 1st generation immigrant
  • ESL
  • Professional parents
  • Minor health care policy/management
  • Artist
  • Science/Overall GPA strong
  • MCAT 28 27, Essay O Q
  • Strong research
  • Strong clinical shadowing + direct patient care
  • Mentored/tutored kids
  • Americorps year AFTER graduation/year of application

Susan: Outcomes

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  • Interviewed at 8 MD Schools
  • Interviewed at 8 MD Schools
  • Accepted to 5
  • Interviewed at 8 MD Schools
  • Accepted to 5
  • Waitlisted at 1
  • Interviewed at 8 MD Schools
  • Accepted to 5
  • Waitlisted at 1

Maria: Re-Applicant, ready after 4 years additional work

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  • Application #1 2006
    • 2.8 science/3.2 overall GPA
    • MCAT 22Q 24P
    • Hispanic
    • Disadvantaged: financial, socially, health
  • Application #1 2006
  • Application #1 2006
    • 2.8 science/3.2 overall GPA
  • Application #1 2006
    • 2.8 science/3.2 overall GPA
    • MCAT 22Q
  • Application #1 2006
    • 2.8 science/3.2 overall GPA
    • MCAT 22Q 24P
  • Application #1 2006
    • 2.8 science/3.2 overall GPA
    • MCAT 22Q 24P
    • Hispanic
  • Application #1 2006
    • 2.8 science/3.2 overall GPA
    • MCAT 22Q 24P
    • Hispanic
    • Disadvantaged: financial, socially, health
    • First in family to attend college
  • Application #1 2006
    • 2.8 science/3.2 overall GPA
    • MCAT 22Q 24P
    • Hispanic
    • Disadvantaged: financial, socially, health
    • First in family to attend college
  • Outcome
  • Application #1 2006
    • 2.8 science/3.2 overall GPA
    • MCAT 22Q 24P
    • Hispanic
    • Disadvantaged: financial, socially, health
    • First in family to attend college
  • Outcome
    • No interviews
  • Why?
  • Application #1 2006
    • 2.8 science/3.2 overall GPA
    • MCAT 22Q 24P
    • Hispanic
    • Disadvantaged: financial, socially, health
    • First in family to attend college
  • Outcome
    • No interviews
  • Application #1 2006
    • 2.8 science/3.2 overall GPA
    • MCAT 22Q 24P
    • Hispanic
    • Disadvantaged: financial, socially, health
    • First in family to attend college
  • Outcome
    • No interviews
  • Why?
    • Low GPA/MCAT
  • Application #1 2006
    • 2.8 science/3.2 overall GPA
    • MCAT 22Q 24P
    • Hispanic
    • Disadvantaged: financial, socially, health
    • First in family to attend college
  • Outcome
    • No interviews
  • Why?
    • Low GPA/MCAT
    • Late application to few schools
  • Application #1 2006
    • 2.8 science/3.2 overall GPA
    • MCAT 22Q 24P
    • Hispanic
    • Disadvantaged: financial, socially, health
    • First in family to attend college
  • Outcome
    • No interviews
  • Why?
    • Low GPA/MCAT
    • Late application to few schools
    • Poor personal statement

Maria: Re-Applicant, ready after 4 years additional work

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  • Application #2 2008
    • Persistence
  • Application #2 2008
  • Application #2 2008
    • Persistence
    • 4.0 GPA 6 units of Postbaccalaureate
  • Application #2 2008
    • Persistence
    • 4.0 GPA 6 units of Postbaccalaureate
    • No new MCAT scores or personal statement!
  • Application #2 2008
    • Persistence
    • 4.0 GPA 6 units of Postbaccalaureate
    • No new MCAT scores or personal statement!
  • Outcome:
  • Application #2 2008
    • Persistence
    • 4.0 GPA 6 units of Postbaccalaureate
    • No new MCAT scores or personal statement!
  • Outcome:
    • 1 interview
  • Application #2 2008
    • Persistence
    • 4.0 GPA 6 units of Postbaccalaureate
    • No new MCAT scores or personal statement!
  • Outcome:
    • 1 interview waitlisted
  • Application #2 2008
    • Persistence
    • 4.0 GPA 6 units of Postbaccalaureate
    • No new MCAT scores or personal statement!
  • Outcome:
    • 1 interview waitlisted not accepted
  • Application #2 2008
    • Persistence
    • 4.0 GPA 6 units of Postbaccalaureate
    • No new MCAT scores or personal statement!
  • Outcome:
    • 1 interview waitlisted not accepted
  • Why?
  • Application #2 2008
    • Persistence
    • 4.0 GPA 6 units of Postbaccalaureate
    • No new MCAT scores or personal statement!
  • Outcome:
    • 1 interview waitlisted not accepted
  • Why?
    • Same issues as 1st application +
  • Application #2 2008
    • Persistence
    • 4.0 GPA 6 units of Postbaccalaureate
    • No new MCAT scores or personal statement!
  • Outcome:
    • 1 interview waitlisted not accepted
  • Why?
    • Same issues as 1st application +
    • Committee letter not supportive
  • Application #2 2008
    • Persistence
    • 4.0 GPA 6 units of Postbaccalaureate
    • No new MCAT scores or personal statement!
  • Outcome:
    • 1 interview waitlisted not accepted
  • Why?
    • Same issues as 1st application +
    • Committee letter not supportive
    • Late secondaries
  • Application #2 2008
    • Persistence
    • 4.0 GPA 6 units of Postbaccalaureate
    • No new MCAT scores or personal statement!
  • Outcome:
    • 1 interview waitlisted not accepted
  • Why?
    • Same issues as 1st application +
    • Committee letter not supportive
    • Late secondaries
  • Analysis

Maria: Re-Applicant, ready after 4 years additional work

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  • Application #3 2009
  • Application #3 2009
    • 1 year MS (applied medicine) 30 units of 3.7 GPA
  • Application #3 2009
    • 1 year MS (applied medicine) 30 units of 3.7 GPA
    • Retook MCAT (no accommodations)
  • Application #3 2009
    • 1 year MS (applied medicine) 30 units of 3.7 GPA
    • Retook MCAT (no accommodations) 19R
  • Application #3 2009
    • 1 year MS (applied medicine) 30 units of 3.7 GPA
    • Retook MCAT (no accommodations) 19R
    • Submitted late
  • Application #3 2009
    • 1 year MS (applied medicine) 30 units of 3.7 GPA
    • Retook MCAT (no accommodations) 19R
    • Submitted late … after September MCAT
  • Application #3 2009
    • 1 year MS (applied medicine) 30 units of 3.7 GPA
    • Retook MCAT (no accommodations) 19R
    • Submitted late … after September MCAT
    • Got MCAT scores in October
  • Application #3 2009
    • 1 year MS (applied medicine) 30 units of 3.7 GPA
    • Retook MCAT (no accommodations) 19R
    • Submitted late … after September MCAT
    • Got MCAT scores in October
  • Outcome:
  • Application #3 2009
    • 1 year MS (applied medicine) 30 units of 3.7 GPA
    • Retook MCAT (no accommodations) 19R
    • Submitted late … after September MCAT
    • Got MCAT scores in October
  • Outcome:
    • Advised withdraw application

Maria: Re-Applicant, ready after 4 years additional work

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  • Application #4 2010
  • Application #4 2010
    • Capitalized on Strengths
    • Established new science, service, research (public health), Osteopathic medical experiences
  • Application #4 2010
    • Capitalized on Strengths
    • Established new science, service, research (public health), Osteopathic medical experiences
    • Got new letters
  • Application #4 2010
    • Capitalized on Strengths
    • Established new science, service, research (public health), Osteopathic medical experiences
    • Got new letters
    • Retook MCAT with accommodations
  • Application #4 2010
    • Capitalized on Strengths
    • Established new science, service, research (public health), Osteopathic medical experiences
    • Got new letters
    • Retook MCAT with accommodations 25Q
  • Application #4 2010
    • Capitalized on Strengths
    • Established new science, service, research (public health), Osteopathic medical experiences
    • Got new letters
    • Retook MCAT with accommodations 25Q
    • Timely submission AMCAS/AACOMAS
  • Application #4 2010
    • Capitalized on Strengths
    • Established new science, service, research (public health), Osteopathic medical experiences
    • Got new letters
    • Retook MCAT with accommodations 25Q
    • Timely submission AMCAS/AACOMAS
    • MD PB + UG science GPA = 2.88 / Grad 3.36 / Overall 3.06
  • Application #4 2010
    • Capitalized on Strengths
    • Established new science, service, research (public health), Osteopathic medical experiences
    • Got new letters
    • Retook MCAT with accommodations 25Q
    • Timely submission AMCAS/AACOMAS
    • MD PB + UG science GPA = 2.88 / Grad 3.36 / Overall 3.06
    • DO PB + UG science GPA = 2.9 / Grad 3.47 / Overall 3.04

Maria: Re-Applicant, ready after 4 years additional work

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  • Outcome
  • Outcome
    • Applied 32 MD + 4 DO schools
  • Outcome
    • Applied 32 MD + 4 DO schools
    • Interviewed 10 MD schools / did not submit DO secondaries
  • Outcome
    • Applied 32 MD + 4 DO schools
    • Interviewed 10 MD schools / did not submit DO secondaries
    • Accepted at 1 MD school
  • Outcome
    • Applied 32 MD + 4 DO schools
    • Interviewed 10 MD schools / did not submit DO secondaries
    • Accepted at 1 MD school
    • Waitlisted at 4 MD schools, withdrew 2, rejected 1
  • Outcome
    • Applied 32 MD + 4 DO schools
    • Interviewed 10 MD schools / did not submit DO secondaries
    • Accepted at 1 MD school
    • Waitlisted at 4 MD schools, withdrew 2, rejected 1

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