I'm sure we can post here, too.@SOM Admissions Will your team be providing an academic profile for the class soon so that those of us considering re-applying to your school can better make that decision, as well as number of applications you received (both primary and secondary)? And will that be on here or just reported to AAMC and accessible via MSAR?
The School of Medicine will provide hardware/software requirements for personal purchase of a machine - the cost of a machine is included in the "cost of attendance - books and supplies" for MS1 year-only. But it is on you to purchase (we do not provide).I forgot to ask during interview day, but did anyone question whether or not laptops or a tablet would be provided with tuition?
Thanks! I got my first acceptance earlier in the week at a school I'm starting to love, so it's no big deal anyway. Whoever goes here will have a great education.Sorry to hear that! It's been a long journey thus far, best of luck in the future.
I can only assume it is very large. Given it's a first year program, the price, and the fact that many acceptances we're likely OOS students with other acceptances, I'm sure they are preparing for the worst and hoping for the best.I wonder how large the waitlist is...
And also many accepted Texans with cheaper tuition as well.... praying for that A though, I fell in love with fort worth and this programI can only assume it is very large. Given it's a first year program, the price, and the fact that many acceptances we're likely OOS students with other acceptances, I'm sure they are preparing for the worst and hoping for the best.
Also wondering the same!Hey everyone, I just wanted to ask if you guys could give me your reasons for wanting to go to TCU, regardless of whether you are weighing other acceptances or not. Feel free to ignore if it is too personal, I just wanted to see what people's thoughts as I make my final decision. Thank you!
It’s absolutely allowed and highly recommended that you have your next cycle prepared with as much energy as possible. For anyone reapplying, give your ENTIRE application a fresh look, seek updated letters, revise your essay — do not submit the same application as you did this year and expect different outcomes.Question: if we are on the alternate list, are we allowed to apply this upcoming cycle (while being on the alternate list)? (May 1 for TMDSAS and June 1 for AMCAS)
I would like to know the latter question as well.I know that some medical schools give rejected/waitlisted applicants feedback on their application if they have an unsuccessful cycle and need to reapply. I'm wondering, is TCU/UNTHSC SOM receptive to giving such feedback? Additionally, I know that interviewees were discouraged from sending update letters, but I'm wondering whether waitlisted applicants can send in updates/letters of interest/intent? @SOM Admissions
Great question and we schedule a revisit by request. We do not duplicate the same program that was offered during Second Look Weekend (last week), but are sure to provide the pertinent details that impact decision-making.@SOM Admissions Will wait-listed applicants who are eventually accepted have the opportunity to attend an accepted students day before making the decision to attend? I would have liked to tour the school and maybe attend more info sessions at the interview day, and I feel like I will be kind of in the dark if I am eventually given the opportunity to make the decision to attend or not.
Per AAMC protocols, schools are advised to not force students to choose a final school until (at least) 21-days ahead of that schools' start date. We are using June 1 as our deadline.@SOM Admissions Will TCU/UNTHSC follow the TMDSAS rule "After 5:00 pm CT on May 15, 2019, no medical school in Texas may offer a position to an applicant already accepted by another medical school in Texas. This is the result of an agreement among the six UT System Medical Schools, Baylor College of Medicine, Texas A&M HSC College of Medicine, Texas Tech University HSC School of Medicine, Texas Tech University HSC Paul L. Foster School of Medicine at El Paso and UNT-Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine."?