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6 months ago
School List Suggestions

Suggestions for school list (for premed)

Hi, I am a rising junior who would like to go to a good pre-med college. I would preferably like to attend a college in an urban setting in the Mid-Atlantic area (not crucial just a preference). I would also benefit from a school with financial aid, a pre-med advising program, opportunities for clinical experience and internships, as well as resources for research. So far, I am interested in Brown, Duke, John Hopkins, Cornell, and Columbia but these are all reach schools. With that being said, I am looking for target and safety school suggestions.

My stats: 4.0 GPA, 12 AP's (all four years), hoping for at least 1400 SAT maybe higher

Demographic: African American, female

Extracurriculars im planning to accomplish: President of HOSA branch, ranking in Toshiba/Regeneron (national science competition), research program and/or independent research in lab, informational blog to raise awareness to sports-related injuries and risks, unpaid internship at health and wellness center, paid job at health-care facility, hospital volunteer, varsity track and field/cross country, sports medicine club, board member of community service club, secretary for Model UN

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6 months ago

Have you entered your stats into our chancing? If so I'd recommend checking out this list that we made for pre-med schools: https://www.collegevine.com/schools/hub/pre-med/canvas. They should be broken down by safety, target, reach, etc. if you have an updated profile.

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6 months ago

Your profile looks great! I’ll leave some Targets and Safeties

Target: Fordham, Villanova, Tufts, UMiami, URichmond

Safety: Penn State, URochester, Seattle University, UWashington Seattle, Loyola Marymount University, RPI, CUNY

I hope this helps!!

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