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  1. YoungDaggy

    AMCAS - Institutional Action (IA)

    In my junior year of college*, I got an email saying that I violated copyright laws. While it was somewhat of a false charge, I had to accept it and I was told the following: "Although possessing and/or sharing unlicensed copyrighted material is prohibited by UMBC's Code of Student Conduct...
  2. bikinitop

    Help! School Disregarding Their Late Attendance Policy

    Hi everyone, I’m 3 months into med school and have had a few issues with arriving early, usually due to unpredictability in traffic and the rare personal issue and now I’m being threatened with expulsion due to lateness even though I haven’t been late, based on their policy. Class begins at...
  3. Alessandra20

    need some advice and closure please help :(

    hello, i’m currently a second year under grad student; about to be third year this fall 2020. I got myself in a pretty bad situation, i was taking a gen chem 1 class and gotten into a misunderstanding with my lab professor and i basically got a citation on my record for violating academic code...
  4. ridethecliche

    Scathing Call Out of NRMP Violations

    Just saw this pop up on the interwebs recently and thought it made a pretty compelling point re: programs violating the NRMP rules. Discuss.. Assuring Integrity in the Residency Match Process : Academic Medicine (as scathing as one could theoretically be in a journal lol)
  5. O

    Worried about my privacy and being targeted by my school

    Hi everyone, pending
  6. W

    Alcohol Violation on AMCAS

    Hi all, I've seen many threads about people with freshman year alcohol violations (not ticket, just institutional action). It looks like I may be given an alcohol violation (alcohol probation for 1 semester) and I am going into my senior year. I wasn't found drinking or anything, but we had...
  7. R

    Should I disclose an infraction if it is never asked for?

    I have an infraction which is about a year and a half old which is classified as a civil ordinance violation (not a felony or misdemeanor). I will be applying to med schools next year. The AMCAS only asked about misdemeanors and felonies and most of the secondaries that I have started looking...
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