ahimsa000 Posted March 27, 2014 Share Posted March 27, 2014 I've posted my stats a few times on here, and now I'm in the waiting game for decisions to be made by schools...I wanted to know if taking online classes through Johns Hopkins or Harvard Extension is frowned upon, especially if you have bad stats like mine. I'll post them again: Grades/Scores: -Cumulative uGPA of 2.76 -GRE: Verbal: 148, Quantitative: 160, Writing: 4.0 Work Experience: -Lab assistant for a PI who is the dean of M.D./PhD admissions at UC Irvine (2 years) -Research Assistant for a PI who is well known in the neuroscience world (1.5 years) -EMT for an ambulance company (5 months) -Lab technician for a diagnostic lab (not on my application, as I just started working here) Internship Experience: -Undergraduate research intern in Neuroscience (1 year) -Clinical Intern in Nepal (1 month) LORs: -From dean of admissions at UCI -From research supervisor from internship -From EMT course teacher -I have 3 abstracts that were presented at Society for Neuroscience and 1 journal article in review at the Journal of Neuroscience -I received the "Excellence in Research" award in my last year at college Anyways, any ideas on online courses and how they affect your application for further studies after a Masters' degree? Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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