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  1. I definitely should have, maybe could have given a small but better chance, who knows. Next time around I'll definitely have your comment ringing in my head to do everything I can when I apply. Since I'm graduating this year I am going focus on gaining more experience and keeping up with personal training + Hospice volunteering. Are you a current medical student or an applicant as well? Also what are you inferring with your first sentence? I did not quite understand exactly what you may have intended.
  2. Result: Rejection Time Stamp: Feb 2, 2021, 12:03pm cGPA/wGPA: 3.9, 3.95 Year: 4th year undergraduate MCAT: 128/128/129/130, Total 515 (91st percentile) ECs: Personal trainer for about two years now, volunteering at multiple Hospices since summer 2019 (as a Resident volunteer with 1-1 support and emotional connection with residents in palliative care), systems anatomy volunteer (front line then promoted to senior coordinator) for a university course running labs (two years),volunteering at senior exercise centre for cardiovascular complications, behavioural support voluntee
  3. Sorry I am a little late, but the rejections from this cycle got me debating my life... Time Stamp: Jan 28, 4:13pm Invite/reject: Rejection IP/OOP: IP SWOMEN (Y/N): N 2YGPA: 3.95 MCAT (CHEM/CARS/BIO/PSYCH): 128/128/129/130 Essays (X/8): 7/8 - Leadership did not have a strong second essay, had a really good first one. Really put emphasis on the volunteering and employment experience in my essays, outlining what my impact was and why it made me a good fit. Worked with professional support for applying to med school given by my university, had a mentor med stu
  4. Sorry I'm super late to post, but this is for future applicant reference: Program: MD Result: Rejection Timestamp: 2:38PM EST OMSAS GPA: 3.90 CARS: 128 IP/OOP: IP Casper: Felt good about my CASPer practice and did a lot of it. Not the fastest typer but I practiced almost everyday doing typing games and practice CASPer with my university career support. Clearly I may not have done too well on it because the rejection says it all Heartbroken but I guess I'll have to work harder to make myself a better applicant. This is my first application to med school.. no
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