Hi everyone, just curious, but how would you rank the Midwest public schools? Also, what tiers would you divide them into (high, mid, low)?
Midwest states are: North/South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Ohio
I've read that it is essentially only the private medical schools where undergraduate "prestige" of the university matters. However, I've also read that public medical schools give great preference to their own in-state students. So, as an attendee of a public school in a state with very few...
I've been grappling with this a long time, I've had the fortune of being accepted to my #1 choice private school and my state school both are very reputable schools but now the tough part of making an important decision.
It honestly comes down to guilt and finances,
First off I've worked for 2...
I'm in my junior year of high school and obviously I've been trying to create a list of colleges/universities that I want to apply to for undergrad, as I want to become a dentist
For the most part the schools that I'm interested in, lo and behold, are all private schools.
They usually have a...