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2 hours ago, jtor12 said:

Hello!

I've recently been accepted off the waitlist at MGH and Quinnipiac on the same day! I would love some input on the difficulty of the didactic year at Quinnipiac!? I'm seriously considering MGH because they have a reverse classroom style of learning and team based learning so there are a lot checks and balances making sure you dont get behind on the work. I know my faults as a student and I am worried about the difficulty at QU during the didactic year. Any insight you could give me would be great!? Is the coursework manageable? is it common for sutdents to fail out? how much of a community is there to work together and help each other stay on track?

 

Thanks!

Hey! Are you from Boston? I know you didn't ask me the question directly but I was also accepted off the waitlist at MGH and decided to go with Quinnipiac ! 

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23 minutes ago, rfo1234 said:

Hey! Are you from Boston? I know you didn't ask me the question directly but I was also accepted off the waitlist at MGH and decided to go with Quinnipiac ! 

Yes I am from Boston! How did you make your decision? I'm torn because I know I'll be a better student at MGH because I am a hands on visual learner who needs that close support group that the TBL will provide, but Quinnipiac has such amazing rotations and connections and cadaver lab!

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