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Any Columbia U. Premeds?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by gimpMD, Apr 13, 2004.

  1. gimpMD

    gimpMD Junior Member
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    Have any of you gotten a premed committee letter from columbia u? who writes it? i didnt realize that i had to interview with the advisor babe. is she cool? what are your thoughts on the premed office in general?
     
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  3. TRUE

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    Your letter is written by your advisor, either from the class center of Dean Rigney herself in the pre-prof office. As for "is your advisor" cool, I think that highly depends on who your advisor is. Some are great, some are more postive about your app and some are less so. In general, I had a great experience with my dean. She was very helpful throughout the process and I have no complaints. If you want more specifics, PM me.
     
  4. gimpMD

    gimpMD Junior Member
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    oh i thought there was just one premed advisor, the chick in the pre professional office. i wouldnt know, i've met my advisor once.
     
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    There are a few advisors. Dean Rigney is the head of the pre-prof office and is the "chief dean" I would say. Many students, though, have deans from the junior and senior classs centers as their main advisor.
     

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