Anonymous said: do you have straight medical programme and tell me about its admissions and the procedure.
Yess we do have a straight medical program in conjunction with Albany Medical College, and in fact if you have any questions about the experience ( which is an amazing one so far), feel free to ask me, because I’m a Junior in the program right now :).
Every year they accept between 12-14 students who have excelled academically and especially those who have a passion for service.
Students must have a minimum SAT of 1950 (minimum of 1300 in critical reading and math) or an ACT composite of 30+ and rank in the top 10 percent of their graduating class. Once these threshold values are met the committee focuses on assessing the candidates’ strengths in the following areas:
• Communication Skills
• Commitment to Service
• Potential Contributions to the Siena College Community
If you meet the initial requirements, then from your application the committee selects a group of students for an interview and after that you will receive your final admission decision.
I think for any other specific information Siena admissions would be the best people to ask, but if you have any questions about the program and the experiences please let me know! :)
the end of the year bio banquettt with my three favorite boys :)
ariannecanblog said: when am i going to see you?!?! and you missed out on thanksgiving! :[
:( sooon I come home May 11th! We should definitely see each other! :)
Anonymous said: Is it hard coming from CA and adjusting to NY?
So I honestly thought it WOULD be really really hard to adjust, but i actually didn’t find it too bad. I think it honestly comes down to the friends that you meet and if they keep you happy, then you don’t miss home :)
The hardest part about the move though, was definitely the weather. It was hard to change from wearing shorts and flip flops.. to gloves and north faces.
But when it comes right down to it, Siena is BEAUTIFUL in the winter with all the snow, and that plus my friends has made the move more than worth it :)
Anonymous said: What kind of classes are you taking this semester?
Mmm.. as a sophomore biology major I’m taking some pretty intense courses..this semester I’m taking..
2) Organic Chemistry
4) Comparative Healthcare
5) Honors Level One History
… it’s a pretty good mix of intense science courses and then the liberal arts :)
Anonymous said: What's your room like?
ok so I live in Padua, and I live with two roommates, my room is pretty darn sweet :) We have our own bathroom and shower and we have a lot a lot of space..
my guy friends..who obviously don’t use all their dressers, had a dresser removed and instead put a futon in!
Hope this helps :)
Hellllo everyone in the Albany 12211 area :)
the Siena Red Cross Race is tomorrow, bright and early at 10:30 am:)
come show your support! All proceeds go to local firefighter relief!
Blood Drive Coordinator Rani Berry <3
me and my bestie… just chilling and breaking the rules at Niagara Falls… no biggie :)
…i absolutely love the weekends that I DONT have to work :)
ok LAST US vs. Argentina picture I promise :) …what can I say it was a good night :)
after the game, we spent the night in New Jersey and then spent the following day in the cityy…. what a good weekend:)
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