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  1. Thanks. Online classes that would be post baccalaureate classes? Is this something meds schools would look down on?
  2. Yes definitely want to ensure that I excel at each of the requirements. Thank you for sharing. I agree with the importance of boosting gpa. Unfortunately I’m not French speaking so I won’t be eligible for those schools.
  3. Thank you for your input. Given that I am working full-time. I may not be able to both do a second undergrad and prep for the MCAT at the same time. I feel at this point if I choose to continue working, I’ll need to either prepare for MCAT or do a second degree part time..unless doing it part time is not recommended.
  4. So sorry..I can’t find the option to delete this post...I posted this in the non-traditional group as it probably is more relevant to ask there.
  5. Hello, I would be a non-traditional applicant if applying to medical school. Ever since graduating with my masters I still have the desire to pursue medicine. However, due to lack of confidence and responsibilities (financially) I have not made it a priority. I found that I somewhat rationalized my way out of applying (convinced I am not good/smart enough for medical school and need to continue being a breadwinner in my household). Now that I am in my early thirties, and I still have the desire, I want to be realistic and know what my chances are. Here are my Stats: Education:
  6. Same here for me. I would really like to connect with non-traditional applicants. Just thinking about the stress on my family and not being able to support them is overwhelming for me.
  7. Hello, I would be a non-traditional applicant if applying to medical school. Ever since graduating with my masters I still have the desire to pursue medicine. However, due to lack of confidence and responsibilities (financially) I have not made it a priority. I found that I somewhat rationalized my way out of applying (convinced I am not good/smart enough for medical school and need to continue being a breadwinner in my household). Now that I am in my early thirties, and I still have the desire, I want to be realistic and know what my chances are. Here are my Stats: Education: Hons
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