October 6, 2021 at 2 PM Eastern/11 AM Pacific
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Tots! Too bad I can't tag him via @Tots
We have to say his name three times. (I thought he was waitlisted?)
(He got waitlisted for normal MD, but got into the JMP)
Yeah I got waitlisted for the normal MD but accepted into JMP. Admissions is separate with separate interviews(Oddly enough I thought my JMP interviews were my worst interviews of the entire cycle and my regular MD interviews were my best interviews... )
I am definitely debating the program vs. other schools I have been accepted to(but not the regular MD ). It is such a unique program that there are so many things to consider...
Such a bummer getting waitlisted -- though I suspect there will be quite a bit of movement, so I'll keep my fingers crossed for you.
I have mixed feelings about the exclusively PBL curriculum. Sitting in on class was pretty exciting - very small group of people working through a new case week after week as if they are actually seeing/treating the patient. It seems the dialogue and the practice of presenting the case will come in handy on the wards (and beyond). However, you really have to be on the ball every class period since failing to come prepared will affect the whole group. This is scary.
The facility and classrooms leave a lot to be desired, but the prospect of doing research with a decorated faculty member is incredibly appealing -- especially since pretty much every field is open to us.
I vaguely remember that most grads go into primary care. Do you think this is due to self selection, or is this an implicit goal of the program?
As a side note, I'm kinda creeped out that saying your name 3 times actually worked!