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  1. Yale vs Quinnipiac

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  2. Class of 2019!

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  4. Yale vs Duke?!?

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  5. Class of 2018!

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  6. Interview process?

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  7. Class of 2017!!

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  8. Class of 2016

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  9. Prior military medic who got selected

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  10. Yale PA Class of 2015

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  11. Commuting to Yale

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