To my knowledge, 3 new medical school are enrolling their charter class this year (Yes I know there is a 4th in Texas, but I didn't apply there so I don't care, lol ). What are the pros and cons of these schools? To begin, I have listed some facts: The Commonwealth Medical College (PA): - Strong in-state bias - tuition 40k (35k instate) - 20k/year scholarship for all - Located in Scranton (cheap...also nowhere) - Rotations possible in 3 hospitals (located in Wilkas-Barre, Williamsport, Scranton, if you choose one, you gotta stay there for 2 years) Florida International University (FL) - Strong in-state bias - tuition 80k! (40k instate) - Miami - expensive - Rotations - multiple hospital in/around Miami University of Central Florida (FL) - Strong in-state bias - Tuition - NONE! - Orlando - ORLANDO! - Rotations - Don't know since have not been interviewed here yet Thoughts? Muses?