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    Post-Bach Programs for Re-applicant LECOM vs. OSU COM

    Hello everyone, I was wondering if I could get some general advice on my situation. I have a number of conundrums. Any constructive advice is most welcome. Thank you! My Stats: B.S. in Biology from University of Wisconsin Madison (2017) Certificate (Minor) in Classical and Near Eastern...
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    Advice on Schools

    I was accepted to go to UF to finish my undergrad degree, and I was accepted to Nova Southeastern. I was also guarenteed admission at Nova's DO school. I will hold an associate degree after this semester, but I was still eligible to apply because I did it at the same time that I earned my high...
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    Too Late for Masters?

    Currently applying to MWU in IL and AZ- should finish the app before June 1st. What are my chances of actually getting in this late? Are there any other masters with a guaranteed interview program into their dental schools with rolling admissions up to July ish? Thank you in advance
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    PostBac (Enhancer) conditional guarantees

    Hello all, I have been scoping around to find post baccs that are "worthwhile" = conditional acceptance/interview I am aware that UConn, Temple, UPenn, PCOM & Loyola that offers these. Can anyone name other enhancer programs that offer the conditional acceptance / guaranteed interview? I am...
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    Liberty University Biomedical Sciences Program vs PCOM-GA Biomed Program

    Hi all, I'm new to the forum this is my first post. I was accepted to Liberty University's 2 year Biomedical sciences program which is 39 credit hours $580/hr. I was told I would be given a guaranteed acceptance into LUCOM if I maintain a 3.5 in the program and receive a 500 MCAT. 20 students...
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    Michigan State University

    I have recently been accepted into the Osteopathic Medical Scholars Program at MSU. It allows me to enter MSUCOM after undergrad without writing the MCAT as long as I maintain a 3.5 GPA. I had a few questions for anyone who is in the program or who knows about it. Can I write the MCAT anyway and...
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    Which is better?

    I am currently a freshman in college, accepted into a 4+4 DO medical program, that doesn't require the MCAT. I was ecstatic at first but after doing a little bit more research, I noticed the affiliated medical school is ranked significantly low and I'm also not sure if Id want to do DO over MD...