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  1. Thanks so much for the advice. I'm asking because some schools told me that if I sent more than 1 score, they would take the latest. Anw, I'll just send both as you suggested.
  2. I have taken GRE twice and I would like to have advices on which score I should use. Also, for the schools that GRE is optional and could be used to "fill the educational gap", should I submit my GRE? The score is listed below: 1st: Q: 170 (97%), V:152 (56%), W: 3.5 (42%) 2nd: Q: 170 (97%), V: 150 (48%), W: 4.0 (60%) Thank you!
  3. Would love to hear about my chance of being accepted. Undergrad Institution: Internationally accredited university in SingaporeMajor(s): Life Science with specialisation in Biomedical ScienceMinor(s): NoGPA in Major:Overall GPA: 3.86 (4.8/5)Position in Class: Not sureType of Student: International, FemaleGRE Scores (revised/old version): (Expected)Q: 168V: 160W: 4.5B: Research Experience: Amgen scholar program in Kyoto University, prof said he might include my name in the publication. 2 projects in my home university, both are about cancer. One project was 11-month-long, gave me no publication. The other I started 2 months ago and am still doing, not sure about the chance of publication.Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Full scholarship for undergraduate study 2 International Biology Olympiad medals in high school - not sure if it helps because I got them quite long time ago. Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Attended several summer science campsAny Miscellaneous Accomplishments that Might Help:Special Bonus Points: The prof from Kyoto University seems to be well-known in his field. I have sent my CV and transcript to a prof in Rockefeller and he said it looks promising, not sure if he really thought so or he just tried to be polite and encouraging.Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I took one PhD module about cancer biology in my university and got highest score. I'm taking one more. Going to mention them to somehow show that I'm preparing myself for PhD, though not sure if it helps.Applying to Where: Havard Medical School - Biological and Biomedical Sciences EPFL - Molecular Life Science Rockefeller UC Berkeley - Molecular and Cell Biology UCSF - Biomedical Science
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