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What is the ideal GPA for med school acceptance? How good is at least a 3.7?

What is the ideal GPA for med school acceptance? How good is at least a 3.7?What is the ideal GPA for med school acceptance? How good is at least a 3.7?2021-11-25 20:25:03Mr_霍

A 3.7 is above average for some schools and average for others. As long as you get a competitive MCAT score, you should be fine.

How hard is med school for a student with a 3.4 GPA?

How hard is med school for a student with a 3.4 GPA?2021-08-24 09:14:24Mr_刘

It’s daunting as is, but most find the pace unrelenting. In your preclinical years you will be faced with a lot of rote memorization.

I had a GPA 3.7 at Harvard and it was far from a walk in the park.

I mentioned to another Quora question about useful courses before medial school admission are Latin, Medical Spanish and statistics (to read scientific papers). While your peak learning is in in medical schools. About things like anatomy, physiology, performing history and physical and along with physical diagnosis (auscultation, palpation, using various tools like the stethoscope, tapping (percussion) and using all of your neglected skills like smell, laying hands on you should be able to diagnose C Difficile massive blood loss, and ordering studies.

You will cut your time and patient $$ by refraining prom knee-jerk Cts and MRIs.

Always look at EKGs (p-r interval, r-wave progression, QRS complex) and all CXRs (dextrocardia, situs-inversus, cardiomegaly, lung field-blunted of the blurring og the costal margins, pneumonia, patchy infiltrates, consolidation lending to pneumonitis, Thoracic bleeding, etc.

You can also bill for reading them. Something to consider when you go through Internal Medicine and/or General Surgery.

GL.

Is a 3.7 GPA good

Is a 3.7 GPA good2021-08-31 13:59:30Mr_法

Yes it its but it also depends on what classes you take.

What is the difference between a graduate school application with a 3.4 GPA and a 3.7 GPA?

What is the difference between a graduate school application with a 3.4 GPA and a 3.7 GPA?2021-07-25 06:12:30Mr_蔺

It depends a lot on the particular admissions committee. Some committees have a strict minimum GPA requirement ranging anywhere between 3.0 and 3.8 to screen out applicants. If the GPA is on the border, they may look at your other grades and test scores before moving you onto the next stage of the admissions process. 3.4 is somewhat on the low end for graduate school admissions, and you should do your best to bring it above 3.5 at the very least in order to be considered in the more competitive programs.

In high school, how can I tell if I’m good enough for pre-med and med school?

In high school, how can I tell if I’m good enough for pre-med and med school?2021-08-12 21:21:49Mr_茹

You can’t. But there are hints.

Let’s start from the end and work towards the beginning. A little less than 40% of medical school applicants are accepted each year. While this may sound pretty good, over 100K people take the Medical College Admission Test and about half of them apply after receiving the results. 17% of students who start out as pre-med (on average) end up being accepted to medical school. This varies with each school, some of the 5000 or so undergraduate programs never get any one into medical school, but even schools like Stanford have a large dropout (of pre-med) rate. Those schools that boast a 90% acceptance rate (schools like Harvard) are referring to the ones that pass through all the filters and are recommended to go to medical school.

Those filters include having very good grades in the required pre-med courses (https://www.georgetowncollege.edu/four-year-plan-medical-school for example, note the other classes recommended) and an average GPA of 3.7, MCAT of 510 https://www.aamc.org/download/321494/data/factstablea16.pdf. Individual schools will vary.

Then there is the factor of where you went to undergraduate school. As I mentioned above, many schools never get anyone into medical school. On the other hand there are schools who are noted for their pre-med successes; most of these schools are top 100 schools which means that you have a better chance if you graduated from Tulane (or any other school with a medical school attached) than from Marion University in Fond du Lac, WI, the likelihood of success is much higher, especially at Tulane Medical School.

There are weeding out points at every level starting with college acceptance (if you declare Pre-med at some schools, they have a different set of admissions criteria as they want to be a school with a high acceptance rate) which means that you have to have good grades, ACT/SAT numbers and non-measurables just to get in. Then you pass though the filters of grades, reccomendations, other activities before you take the MCATs. Once you apply, you have to be selected for interview and then accepted.

The only thing you have control over at this point is your high school transcript and ACT/SAT numbers. You are better off with a college that has a stellar record for pre-med acceptance but you can go to a smaller school with good academic credentials and be accepted to medical school. But the average student (3.11 GPA, 500 MCAT) is accepted 0.02% of the time.

If you excel in science and math and have good grades without pushing yourself to the limit while really wanting to be a doctor, then you have the beginnings of a chance to get into medical school. Pre-med is a grind that requires developing efficient study habits, a good working memory and the ability to work very hard - these are all qualities that medical schools look for. You need to to maintain very good grades while somehow showing that you have outside interests that compliment your desire to be a physician. You have to be organized or go to a school that will help you organize your curriculum and prepare for what is to come. If you don’t have the abilities or skills to handle pre-med coming out of high school, the road will be rocky until you gain them.

Good luck with your endeavors.

How hard is it to get into med school? What GPA do I need to get in?

How hard is it to get into med school? What GPA do I need to get in?2021-07-05 23:20:44Mr_虞

You probably need about a 3.7 to 3.8 and a very high score on your medcat.

Soaring applications to medical school are making it more difficult for candidates to get accepted. Between 2006 and 2016, the number of applicants to U.S.medical schools increased by more than 35 percent, rising from 39,108 to 53,042, according to Association of American Medical Colleges admissions data.Oct 31, 2017

Getting Into Medical School Is Becoming Even Harder | Top Medical ...

https://www.usnews.com/...schools/...medical-schools/.../getting-into-medical-school-is-b

Is a 3.6-3.7 GPA good for a sophomore in high school?

Is a 3.6-3.7 GPA good for a sophomore in high school?2021-08-18 16:46:00Mr_端木

Is that the best you can do?

Then it is good.

Seriously. Are you happy? Do you have friends, I mean real friends who will have your back when things get tough? Are you active in clubs and/or sports? Do you read and watch video that make you an interesting person that are not assigned by a teacher? Do you volunteer at least twice a year? If you do these things and have a 3.6, you are doing just fine, IMHO.

What is my chance of med school with a 3.75 cumulative GPA and 3.5 science GPA?

What is my chance of med school with a 3.75 cumulative GPA and 3.5 science GPA?2021-08-24 09:15:16Mr_盛

AAMCAS went and changed the score on me again, but fortunately, they provided a lovely conversion chart that I can put right here as a JPEG:

The score you are reporting is mathematically impossible:

"Each section is scored from a low of 118 to a high of 132 while the midpoint is 125 MCAT Scores. The lowest possible score on the four sections is 472; the median is 500; and the "good" score is reported here as 507, although with a high of 528, I would think the top schools would want a 510.

Please fix the Error in your post, so that we can answer accurately.

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