Surely you didn't expect 6-year-old doctors to wash their hands before surgeries?
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Oh man, that would make me shudder!! Anyway, the MCAT is the exam you take to attend Medical School, and usually it takes a while to become a successful surgeon, along with several internships and a 4.0 GPA with classes in organic chemistry, physics, biology, calculus, etc. Hard hard stuff.
4.0? Would 3.95 work also? Anyway, I plan to take the LSAT someday to attend law school, which I am assured, is no picnic either.
BTW, you seem to know about all this MCAT business - are you in med school?
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You'd need a near 4.0. Most medical schools are EXTREMELY competitive, the most competitive being Mayo Clinic, which only admits 2% of applicants. And no, I'm still an undergraduate, I read most of this on College Confidential when I was applying to college, and went to a very academically competitive high school that was 25% Asian, many of them wanting to become doctors.