momo Posted November 6, 2006 Report Share Posted November 6, 2006 Hi! This is my first time applying to U of S and I am wondering about the exact way in which MCAT defines how an OOP student is picked/not picked for an interview. I know the cut offs are 8's on all, with one 7 or an M. So does this mean that if you have one 7 or an M on your written you may still progress on to an evaluation of your GPA, or does this mean that there is a pile for the "one 7 or M" crowd that is somehow chosen AFTER those with the higher MCAT's.... I have been reading their website but I cannot figure out how the process takes place. OR if you have one 7 but meet the other cut offs you go on to the GPA stage and your MCAT scores then become irrelevant. Or is it your GPA that starts the process? I am just wondering because I have a 4.0 GPA for my two years, I am an older student, and I have a great MCAT except one little 7 that was a total shock and dismay for me...I guess I am pondering whether I should even bother applying... or if I should write the MCAT again in January and leave this for another year.... I am really torn, and Any input would be much appreciated! again I would be an OOP so responses with an OOP angle would be really really helpful! Any med students at UofS out there who are OOP who can comment? Thanks for any input! mo Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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