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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by lucky9999, Oct 21, 2002.
Accepted TUCOM and AZCOM
Wil be going to AZCOM
Pretty much the same reasons as you, I just plain loved the school!
1. Very impressed with the school, faculty, rotations
2. Close to home
3. My home state (NM) will help pick up part of the tab
4. I'm a desert rat, what can I say?
5. A good place to live for my wife, while I'm in school.
6. Did I mention I was impressed with the school.
7. Snow is okay (I'm in Utah right now) to ski on, but not to shovel.
I like AZCOM the best. There was something just not quite there for me when I interviewed at CCOM, and Des Moines isn't a very awe inspiring area. I am still waiting, but I think AZCOM is the one.
During my application year (in 2000), I was accepted to UNE-COM, NYCOM, and MSU-COM (amongst the Osteopathic schools of which I only applied to 4).
I chose NYCOM, but I would've preferred UMDNJ-SOM.
I continue to be impressed by the tremendous student support from the Osteopathic schools situated in Arizona and Kirksville.
not to make this sound like an AZCOM thread but that is definately where i'll be next year! The rotations, board performance, residency placement, students, school-- i just had that feeling of--this is where i want to recieve my medical school education!!
i was accepted to touro, uhs, dmu, & western.
I am not sure where I want to go yet, but i need to make up my mind very soon, since i only have enough money for 1 deposit in December. Anyone else in the same predicament?
Accepted:AZCOM, UHS, DMU, and waiting for reply from: Nova, and CCOM.
I really don't know how to objectively differentiate and rank these schools, especially since all have thier good points.
One factor-price of tuition, and being from FL, Nova would be the cheapest. Nova and arizona seem to be my favorites. Is one school worth $8,000 more per year?? Has anyone chosen a school not in their home state?