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inaccensa
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low tier med schools

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i am a ny resident. I know that I probably didn't do well on my last mcat. I haven't received the score yet. I wanted to know some low tier med schools. Also, this was my second try at mcats, should i try it again in september for 2009 admission. my overall gpa is 3.62 and bio gpa is 3.89

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You should try some of the Osteopathic schools in NY. If you are dead set on Allopathic though, you should look into the SUNY's and Albany.

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I've heard that Buffalo is the easiest school to get into, although I don't think it's very good, and most kids aren't happy there. I know your posting was last year, so I'm curious where you ended up.

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kmr1983 wrote:I've heard that Buffalo is the easiest school to get into, although I don't think it's very good, and most kids aren't happy there. I know your posting was last year, so I'm curious where you ended up.

Where did you get the information on students like or dislike certain med schools? I am not pointing to buffalo per se, but would like to know the information source .

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I have a couple friends that went to Buffalo. They went at different times and didn't know each other, and they all said the same thing. So I don't know about most schools, just the one I went to and the ones my friends went to.

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