Research: Two years of research in a breast cancer lab. Note: We have other programs available for part-time study and for students with some science background. One of the foundations for success in life is an individual support system. 1 science professor, three medical school professors (one of which was my PI) and a family practice doctor I shadowed. Many "post baccs" are targeted at students who decide on medicine after graduating, and are basically geared toward doing all the pre recs really fast. Your Team. University of California San Francisco School of Pharmacy’s Doctor of Pharmacy program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, 190 South LaSalle Street, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60603, 312/664-3575; FAX, 312/664-4652, web site www.acpe-accredit.org. Good luck in getting into these programs. I know I'm making this thread super early, but I just thought whoever else is interested in this cycle we can kind of bounce off of each other and go through this process together! Thanks to all. I will be applying to all the California Post-Bac/Reapplicant programs, and I would like to know which one you guys recommend the most out of this group: UCSD UCI UCLA UCD UCSF What is killing me is my low MCAT score, so going to a Post-Bac that has a lot of emphasis/help on the MCAT would be best for me. Post-bacc= studying after getting a degree. The admissions committee of the UCSF School of Medicine Post Baccalaureate Program is committed to practicing fair and impartial review of each applicant’s file in accordance with the stated criteria for post baccalaureate eligibility and admissions and in accordance with the UC non-discrimination policy. I'll be applying to the UCLA, UCSD, UC Davis, UCI and UCSF ones. I find it hard to believe that doing well, and attending UCSF's post-bacc program pretty much gets you into the school. I could ask them some more targeted questions if you like, but it seems as if they both can get you in to good places. Just taking the required pre-reqs on your own isn't going to do much to your GPA. Masters program: again, a general term. I will go to UCSF, of course! Individual or Committee LoRs: 5 individual letters. Since UCSF does not have any facilities for undergrad classes, all the GPA enhancing classes are taken at Cal State SF. Hey everyone! The UC San Diego Post Bacc Premed Program is designed to offer students much more than just academic record enhancement. Final score: I was admitted to UCSF, U MN TC, U MN Duluth and UW Madison. Hopefully some of us end up as classmates! Hmmm. M My best buddy did CSUEB and both he and his Lady are in DO school. First is there any real difference in UCR's post bacc than these other ones I noticed theirs is not on the central app until Feb 2019 but I'm just wondering. In the UC San Diego Post Bacc Premed Program, that foundation consists of your advisors, faculty and administrative staff. Regardless of your academic background, Cal State Fullerton’s Pre-Health Professions Postbaccalaureate Program helps you … A formal post-bacc is pretty necessary with a 3.0 GPA. I have a few questions. Hi guys! Schedule an advising appointment with our program manager to learn more.. Change Careers With the Post Baccalaureate Pre-Health Program at CSUF. Can mean anything from taking some extra classes on your own to a more structured program. However, doing well in a post-bacc will alleviate some of those troubles, as adcoms will look past your cumulative GPA to an extent and focus on the recent gradework. Any advice, anything that can help each other out, just put it here! Learn More. UCSF is an institution of higher learning where tomorrow’s leaders in the life sciences, health care and health policy receive high-quality education and training. My housemate did SFSU and is now at UCSF (and was an interviewer for the postbacc program).