Monday, January 09, 2006

Undergraduate Coursework & Grades by Semester

University of South Alabama
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College - Jefferson Davis
Univerisy of Southern Mississippi

Summer 2000
A US History to 1877
B Gen Psychology

Fall 2000
A Gen Biology I & Lab
B Gen Chemistry I & Lab

A English Comp I
B US History I
S Orientation

Spring 2001
A Gen Biology II & Lab
W Gen Chem II & Lab
A English Comp II
A Intro to Sociology

Summer 2001
A Art Appreciation
A Gen Chem II & Lab
A American Lit I

Fall 2001
A Public Speaking
A Precalculas Algebra
A Intro to Ethics
A Intro to Computer Applications
B Organic Chem I & Lab

Spring 2002
W Spanish I
W Statistics
W History/Systems Psychology
W Psychology of Personality

Summer 2002
A World Lit I
A World Lit II
A Music Appreciation

Fall 2002
W Cell Biology
A Lab Studies in Cell Biology
W Gen Parasitology & Lab
W Precalculas Trigonometry
W Physics I & Lab
S Clinical Observation: Medicine

Spring 2003
A Organic Chem II & Lab
W Calculas I
A Statistics

Fall 2003
A Physics I & Lab
A Genetics
S Orientation
A Calculas for Arts & Sciences

Spring 2004
A Physics II & Lab
A Zoology
B Zoology Lab
A Botany
A Botany Lab

Summer 2004
A Special Problems I & Lab

Fall 2004
A History of Biology
A Mammalian Physiology
A Special Problems II & Lab
A Senior Practicum
A Princ of Biochemistry
A Intro to Epidemiology
A Cellular Physiology

Spring 2005
A Gen Microbiology
A Micro Lab
B Herpetology
B Herp Lab
A Special Problems III & Lab
A Health Administration
A Health Policy

Summer 2005
No credit taken. I worked on my senior honors thesis to graduate summa cum laude.

Note (not counted in GPA calculation):
W = Withdraw
S = Satisfactory


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Monday, March 27, 2006 at 12:36:00 AM CST  
Anonymous Paranormal said...

[found you @ SDN]

It was very interesting reading this. Inspiring indeed. Not many accepted applicants have the experience nor dedication that you do. it makes me feel that maybe med school isn't for me.

I do wonder about how you graduated summa cum laude without a perfect (being a 4.0) GPA?

Thank you for sharing your struggles, dreams, aspirations and dedication towards a career in medicine as a true doctor.

You've really inspired me :)

Wednesday, November 22, 2006 at 8:22:00 PM CST  
Anonymous bigDee said...

What happened spring '02?

Wednesday, January 10, 2007 at 5:33:00 PM CST  
Blogger Judy said...


Thank you for creating this blog, I wish I found it earlier. I admire your honesty and openness to share your struggles and accomplishments.

Not everyone is okay with posting their grades, their MCAT scores, their personal struggles and personal statements. You have no responsibility to anyone to share your personal life, but you do, to help others, strangers you don't even know, you might never meet.

You have no idea how many people you will touch, encourage, inspire, motivate with this site.

A million thank yous. I will continue fighting and chasing my dream of becoming a doctor...

Monday, April 27, 2009 at 7:43:00 PM CDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi this is a nice blog! You have many experiences that have shaped who you are. You will definitely make a good candidate for most medical schools! And I too, wonder how you got summa cum laude with so many Bs!

Tuesday, September 1, 2009 at 9:59:00 PM CDT  
Blogger Sunny Quack, MD said...

Summa Cum Laude designation at the University of Southern Mississippi is a 3.8 or higher and the publication of an Honor's Thesis.

Only grades from my time at USM counted, and I only recieved 3 B's (5 credit hours of B's since two of the courses were 1 hour labs).

I hope this made sense.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009 at 10:10:00 PM CDT  

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