Think of it this way... if you don't get in, you will have less debt. if you do, then YAY for your top choice! at the end of the day, you will be a doctor and that is what matters mostI know I know, it’s just one of my top choices and I’m tired of waiting. Six whole months
The student handbook outlines all the policies (full thing here: https://geiselmed.dartmouth.edu/faculty/pdf/geisel_student_policy_handbook_public.pdf ), but here's the relevant excerpt:Any current students know how clerkships are graded? Is AOA awarded before or after match?
Yeah. But are none of them current students? And perhaps some of them have withdrawn but haven't left the group? Lots of speculation here.There are 180 members on facebook accepted list for a class target of 92 students
Assuming that every accepted student is already on this facebook list, 87 accepted students need to withdraw their acceptance before one of us on the waiting list is offered a spot. Not a favorable situation to start with?
True, but there must be some accepted, but not part of the facebook group. You're right, we don't know and certainly hard to tell. We can only try to make sense of data we have access to.Yeah. But are none of them current students? And perhaps some of them have withdrawn but haven't left the group? Lots of speculation here.