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  • flapjack3d

  • Application cycles: 06/15/2016
  • Demographics: Male, 24, South Asian
  • Home state: Nebraska
  • Last Active: 08/11/2017
  • Brief Profile: LM>80
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    Graduated college a year early. Did research abroad for a semester, then did MPH in 1.5 years.
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    Activities in random order:
    1) Summer research in high school that netted me 1 abstract and 1 poster
    2) 2 semesters basic science research
    3) 3 years leadership position in health-related summer camp
    4) 3 years volunteering at different health-related summer camp
    5) lots of human-rights focused clubs
    6) 1 year honors thesis in public health lab
    7) 6 months full time research abroad in public health
    8) research for MPH
    9) shadowing
    10) language immersion program
    11) americorps project (health-related)
    12) clinical volunteering 3 years
    13,14,15) i dont remember right now, but probably weren't extremely important.
  • // Applications //

    Application Cycle One: 06/15/2016

    • Undergraduate college: University of Nebraska - Lincoln
    • Undergraduate Area of study: Biological/Life Sciences
    • Institution: University of Nebraska Medical Center
    • Area of Study: Psychology/Social Sciences
    • Degree Obtained: MPH
    • Total MCAT SCORE: 525
    • MCAT Section Scores: B/B 131, C/P 132, CARS 132  
    • Overall GPA: 3.99
    • Science GPA: 3.99

    Summary of Application Experience

    Overall thoughts on my journey to medical school:
    JFC I have been stressing since tenth grade about every little grade and "how I will look" on paper. In doing so, I probably missed out on a lot of opportunities to pursue what I'm passionate about. I only figured this out just as I was leaving college. If you want to get into a medical school, just do the minimum requirements. Check your boxes. Do alright in your classes and on your tests. If you want to get into a top school, do all of the above, but then choose one thing that you want to pursue with all your heart and be the best you can at it. Also kill the MCAT.
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    Timeline:
    6/10/2016: Primary submitted
    6/15/2016: Transcripts received
    6/27/2016: U Chicago secondary received, WUSTL secondary received
    6/28/2016: WUSTL secondary submitted
    7/5/2016: Dartmouth secondary received, Dartmouth secondary submitted
    7/6/2016: Yale secondary received, Yale secondary submitted, U Chicago secondary submitted
    7/7/2016: AMCAS verified, Michigan secondary received, Duke secondary received, NYU secondary received
    7/8/2016: Harvard secondary received, Emory secondary received, Stanford secondary received, UWSOM "mission statement request" received, Mayo ARZ secondary fee received and paid, Cornell secondary received, Pitt secondary received, Virginia secondary received, Vanderbilt secondary received
    7/9/2016: Columbia secondary received, Harvard secondary submitted, Pitt secondary submitted, Stanford secondary submitted, Columbia secondary submitted, UWSOM "mission statement" submitted, UVA secondary submitted
    7/10/2016: Emory secondary submitted, Cornell secondary submitted, NYU secondary submitted
    7/11/2016: Pitt II, UVM secondary received, UVM secondary submitted, UCSD SSN request, JHU secondary received, JHU secondary submitted
    7/12/2016: Vanderbilt secondary submitted, Miami secondary submitted
    7/13/2016: Brown secondary received, Brown secondary submitted, Mayo ARZ LOR request received
    7/14/2016: UCSD secondary received, UCSD secondary submitted, Rochester added (primary sent to them?), Mt Sinai submitted, Michigan submitted
    7/18/2016: Wisconsin secondary received, Wisconsin secondary submitted
    7/19/2016: Mayo LORs received
    7/25/2016: UCSF secondary received, UCSF secondary submitted
    7/27/2016: UVA II
    8/2/2016: Washington rejection, Einstein added to primary
    8/3/2016: Einstein secondary submitted
    8/4/2016: Minnesota secondary received, Mayo ARZ II
    8/11/2016: Mayo ARZ postII questions received, Vanderbilt II
    8/16/2016: Pritzker rejection
    8/24/2016: State school II
    9/1/2016: Einstein complete email
    9/5/2016: Michigan II
    9/18/2016: Sent generic update letter about summer grades and new research job to all schools which allowed updates
    10/7/2016: "On hold" at UCSD, WashU II
    10/17/2016: Placed on alternate list for UVA
    10/20/2016: Rochester rejection
    10/28/2016: Stanford rejection
    11/17/2016: Michigan deferred decision
    11/21/2016: Einstein II
    11/28/2016: Hopkins rejection
    12/13/2016: NYU rejection
    12/13/2016: UCSF rejection
    12/15/2016: Cornell rejection
    12/19/2016: Minnesota secondary submitted
    12/20/2016: Dartmouth II, Nebraska acceptance
    1/9/2017: Wisconsin rejection
    1/17/2017: Minnesota II
    1/20/2017: UCSD rejection
    1/23/2017: Brown II
    1/30/2017: Pitt High Priority Waitlist
    2/2/2017: Brown withdrawal
    2/6/2017: Einstein rejection
    2/8/2017: Sinai rejection
    2/13/2017: Mayo ARZ rejection
    2/25/2017: WUSTL acceptance, Dartmouth withdrawal, Virginia withdrawal, Minnesota withdrawal
    2/28/2017: Vanderbilt acceptance
    3/1/2017: Emory rejection
    3/7/2017: Yale rejection
    3/14/2017: Michigan Upper tier WL
    4/5/2017: Pitt withdrawal
    4/17/2017: Miami rejection
    4/26/16: Vandy and UNMC withdraw

    Applied, Rejected

    University of Washington

    Applied, Withdrew

    Duke University

    Application Complete, Rejected

    Yale University
    Columbia University
    New York University
    Cornell University
    Emory University
    University of Vermont
    University of Miami
    University of California, San Diego
    Mount Sinai School of Medicine
    University of Wisconsin
    University of California, San Francisco
    University of Chicago
    Stanford University
    Johns Hopkins University
    University of Rochester

    Application Complete, Withdrew

    Harvard University

    Invited for Interview, Withdrew

    Brown University

    Attended Interview, Rejected

    Mayo Medical School
    Albert Einstein of Yeshiva University

    Attended Interview, Withdrew

    Dartmouth College
    University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

    Attended Interview, Waitlisted, Withdrew

    University of Pittsburgh
    University of Virginia
    University of Michigan

    Accepted

    University of Nebraska
    Washington University in St. Louis
    Vanderbilt University

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