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  1. Hi Everyone, I noticed there was no thread for this yet so I thought I would get it started. Good luck!
  2. I have been watching to see if someone was going to start this thread but no one has yet so I decided to do it. Anyone else applying this cycle?
  3. Hi all! I'm currently struggling to decide between 2 great programs: IUPUI (Indianapolis, IN) and South University (Savannah, GA). Both are great for different reasons, so I was hoping to hear from anyone who knew anything more about these programs or had any input. South: -class size of 60 -starts in January.. aka SOON -well established, PANCE rates >96%, system based curriculum -no cadaver lab, but offers chance to see autopsies in town -early opportunities for clinical exposure -1 elective rotation -faculty and students were so welcoming and seemed to really love the program IUPUI: -smaller class, 44 -starts in May -new program, first class matriculated in 2013 and will graduate next year - cadaver lab, simulation center - affiliation with IU med.. I've heard both good and bad things about being affiliated with a med school ( great resources, but possibly crowded rotations) -3 elective rotations -everyone seemed excited about the program I like that IU offers cadaver lab and 3 electives, but am worried about entering a new program in a new city (especially since I would be moving from south FL). However, IU is a well respected Med program. Any thoughts on entering a new program vs an established, or the benefits of having 3 elective rotations vs 1 elective? Any input is greatly appreciated :)
  4. Do any of the current students - or Savannah residents - have advice or info on nice places to live that would be convenient to campus? I'm personally looking for something that is already furnished but may end up renting an unfurnished apartment if nothing is available. Any neighborhoods, complex names and/or phone numbers would be appreciated, along with cost. Thanks in advance.:=D:
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