Issues specific to osteopathic medical education and practice as a DO.
Mon Oct 18, 2010 1:44 am
I am a graduate of a chiro school; have been in practice for 4 and now applying to md program. my mcat was 28...but i have practice and research experience. I think that you are on the right track...don't get into chiro, unless you are a business guy and/or you are really passionate abt chiro...it's really your call to decide where you want to stay...take your mcat, then decide where to apply. I've been interviewing at md school and most of the drs interviewing are knowledgable and/or go to see a dc...so, be confident abt your achievements so far. My chiro gpa was 3.6, undergrad 3.9...but my mcat was not shiny...i think i have a pretty good shot; i;ve interview at 4 spots and waiting. but i wish i did it sooner...good luck with whatever you decided or already have
Mon Sep 23, 2013 12:07 am
I think if you really need to be a good chiropractic student, You should definitely get on to http://www.drpferraro.com/bergen_county ... ractic.php
to get some useful information.