I plan to apply as broadly as I can but I would love some feedback regarding how strong of an international applicant I would be considered.
UG year 1: science gpa = 3.38 (9 courses), other gpa = 4 (1 course)
UG year 2: science gpa = 3.64 (8 courses), other gpa = 4 (2 courses)
UG year 3: science gpa = 3.90 (6 courses), other gpa = 4 (4 courses)
Summer Courses between year 3/4: gpa = 3.77 (4,4 - econ, 3.3 - english)
UG year 4 (projected): science gpa = 3.92 (9 courses), other gpa = 4 (1 course)
OVERALL: science gpa = 3.66 (29 courses), non-science gpa = 3.95 (14 courses), cgpa (33 courses) = 3.76
Will take another english course this summer, but mark won't appear on transcript.
MCAT (2012): 12/11/11 R (PS/VR/BS WR)
PS: Have any Canadian friendly schools announced their new MCAT policy with the new 2015 one coming out?
ECs: part time work (800 hours+) all throughout undergrad (manager at subway restaurant), vp/exec committee of a couple of clubs (3 years), hospital volunteering, 200 hours with local Hindu community center, some odd tutoring/babysitting in highschool, a few short term volunteering positions, have recently started at local old age home (Alzheimer's).
Reasearch/Awards: A few gpa based awards, one conference based abstract pub
So basically I see people with 3.9+, 32+ get accepted to wayne state and what not, do I have a chance with my low gpa?
I appreciate any and all feedback! Thanks