Undergrad Perseverance

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    Hello all!

    A little about myself, I am currently a 23 year old junior at a state school in Wisconsin. I have three full semesters left until graduation. I plan on taking the MCAT this coming summer. I have been with a volunteer fire department for about five years as a Firefighter/EMT/Rescue Diver. I have attained the level of Dive Master, my roles in this include teaching interested people about SCUBA diving. I am also a CPR instructor for the fire department that I work with. In addition to this, I have completed a year of research, hopefully more soon to come. I am also a Army National Guard Veteran who just completed a six year contract with on combat deployment to Afghanistan. Currently, my CGPA sits around a 3.2 and my SGPA is 3.0. All three of my last semesters are all sciences based courses in order to achieve a degree in Molecular Biology.

    I know that DO schools are my primary means of acceptance right now. I was looking for some advice on really making my application more concrete and different. I know my grades are not the best and I am just wondering what my path looks like if I were not to get accepted the first time around.

    Thank you for your time!

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