For the second question, yes, you can attend Sackler without speaking Hebrew, you will just have to take Hebrew classes to ensure proficiency before starting rotations in the third year.Any current students I can DM here to ask some q's ? Also, is it possible to go to Sackler if you can't speak Hebrew at all?
Current student at Sackler. I'll tell you what was told to me. If you get in to an American school you 100% go to that school and don't come to Sackler. I absolutely agree with what was said to me after having now experienced the school.For those who have been accepted here and to US Schools (MD or DO), which will you attend?
I have a very busy week, so I can write more over the weekend. But in short, there have been many issues regarding how the students are treated by the administration and a survey was conducted at the end of last year which included all of the current classes of the school and the last 5 years of graduates. The goal was to hear if the current student body's complaint were only occurring now, or if they were more long term and a more likely systemic issue. The outcome of the survey was that the same issues had come up year after year and were never addressed. Things like students not being supported or singled out and targeted by administrators. The most telling piece of the alumni survey was that 85% of current and former students would NOT reommend someone coming to the school. Since that survey was completed a year ago, NOTHING has happened, if that doesn't tell you enough about the character of the school then I don't know what will.