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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by scrappydawg, May 5, 2004.
Seems some people have a certain animosity towards certain schools/locations. Whats yours?
How about: The state schools that don't give their residents any love.
come on all y'all and vote.
Here's a vote for the state school that doesn't give any love.
My post-bac interview should be a commerical:
Red eye flight from Cali to Philly: $680.00
Night at the Wyndham: $149.00
Cheese steak sandwhich the night before: $7.00
Taxi to U Penn: $22 w/ tip
Opening the letter to find out I was rejected one week later:
Maybe I had onions from the cheese steak stuck in my teeth?
$800+ for the boot? Ouch.
Where's "prestigius California private school with large endowment from Leland $tanfurd" in your poll?
Feel free to add any other catagories unofficially to the poll (Unless if there is a way to modify a poll once it started, I dunno)
I forgot to also add
Love the school, hate the location (as some people love UCSF, but think the "urinesoaked streets of SF" to be unbearable)
Keep it rollin!
Yep, let's just say that I left out quite a few other expenses as well:
1. Dry cleaning for suit
2. AM coffee & breakfast
3. Thank you note
4. Shipping and applications/LOR fees.
5. Rental car and parking
About $1000 to be dismissed in less than 3 business days.
I felt like Britney's ex-husband.
HARK! There is a small glimmer of hope here people...I ALMOST bought the UPenn t-shirt in the book store (hey, the interview went really well) - I refrained.
Hence, those slimy bastards can KEEP their 100% cotton, size x-large, pretentious, piece of crap! They'll never see my $17.99!!!
P.S. The t-shirts are made in sweat shops - notify the authorities.
Yup that's what i hate, put that in as an option!! UCLA- we do not give preference to California residents, but we do enjoy the money their family gives us through their taxes.