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  1. crystal's Avatar

    crystal said:

    **Post "What Are My Chances?" Here ONLY**

    What are the chances of being accepted once invited for an interview?
    My interview is next week. Thank you!
     
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    medic300107 said:
    Quote Originally Posted by sacdoctor View Post
    Hi I would like to know what are my chances of getting accepted into Ross University School of Medicine for September 2019. My college gpa is 3.45, science gpa 2.9, mcat is 495. I have over 200 hrs of volunteer experience in shadowing physicians at a hospital. I am also currently working in a lab as an undergraduate researcher and planning to get a publication for my research by the end of this year.
    It's been a long time now for me but I would think merp at least due to pretty solid overall GPA. That science gpa a little low but if you do well on interview wouldn't be surprised if you got direct admission.
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  3. ill be a doc soon said:
    Quote Originally Posted by sacdoctor View Post
    Hi I would like to know what are my chances of getting accepted into Ross University School of Medicine for September 2019. My college gpa is 3.45, science gpa 2.9, mcat is 495. I have over 200 hrs of volunteer experience in shadowing physicians at a hospital. I am also currently working in a lab as an undergraduate researcher and planning to get a publication for my research by the end of this year.
    Direct admission is most likely. Your gpa and mcat are around their averages
     
  4. joyknights said:
    The inquiry has been made way back in 2003, I believe that the author has figured it out.
     
  5. sindibad93 said:
    Hi, I have an interview with ross tomorrow, my undergraduate GPA is a 2.5, I have a 510 MCAT, and I recently completed an SMP where I received a 3.82 GPA. Am I competitive?
     
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    medic300107 said:
    Quote Originally Posted by sindibad93 View Post
    Hi, I have an interview with ross tomorrow, my undergraduate GPA is a 2.5, I have a 510 MCAT, and I recently completed an SMP where I received a 3.82 GPA. Am I competitive?
    While the MCAT and SMP are good that undergrad GPA may end you in MERP. I doubt outright rejection. Good luck!
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  7. sindibad93 said:
    Quote Originally Posted by medic300107 View Post
    While the MCAT and SMP are good that undergrad GPA may end you in MERP. I doubt outright rejection. Good luck!

    Actually just got accepted the next day after my interview. Thanks tho!
     
  8. Hrf10 said:
    Hi all, I just applied to Ross this week for the Sept 2019 term. What are my chances for admission? 27 y/o WF, with a ** in biology 3.0 sGPA, pbscGPA 3.5, nonscGPA, 3.7, MCAT 485, 1,000+ shadowing hours in various settings many spent with my grandfather working in a primary clinic, strong LOR's from two science faculty and physician, and a lot of volunteering activities including organic chemistry tutor, lab work, and math tutor. I have five years of working in a hospital doing medical transcription. I know my mcat is lower than their average. I have tried to bring it up and I know it is holding me back. I attribute a lot of it to just working too many hours while trying to study for it along with not being the best speed reader and memorizing is more of a strength which the mcat is not. I was waitlisted at my state DO school last cycle and have another interview coming up, but I really do not want to wait out again. Is it possible to at least get MERP if I am not admitted? Any help is appreciated!
     
  9. s8k2jl said:
    Hey guys! I was wondering what are my chances for admissions? overall gpa: 3.05 (diy post bac: 4.0) & mcat: 491. ECs: shadowing, research, serving the underserved etc.
     
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