Goro

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I suggest:

Toledo, NEOMED, Wright, Case, Cincy, OSU, OUHCOM
WVU
Albany
Rosy Franklin
Creighton
Drexel
EVMS
Netter
Dartmouth
George Washington
Georgetown
Temple
Loyola
MCW
NYMC
Beaumont
Rush
Thomas Jefferson
Tufts
Tulane
UVM
Wake Forest

ADD: U Miami, USF, VCU, Mayo, BU,
 
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Goro

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Thanks so much for the advice! Am I correct in ascertaining that my reaches here would be Case, Mayo, Wake, and Dartmouth? Also, do you think my clinical experience would compensate enough for my low volunteer hours to apply to Rush?


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I think that UCSF, Duke and Columbia should also be on the list.
 

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Thanks to Goro for the helpful insight! Any input from others before I try to finalize a list? Hoping to submit schools tonight or tomorrow morning...


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Within the context of WedgeDawg's rating system, does it matter if I choose more "low tier" or more "low yield" programs? I know this is only a rough guide but since I'm trying to limit my list so much does it make sense w my stats to target more of one of these categories than the other?


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