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Is there a ranking of these?
 

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Yes, you highlight the state schools in US News and put them in consecutive order.
 
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Dr. Donkey said:
Yes, you highlight the state schools in US News and put them in consecutive order.
Can you paste them here?
 

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Yes, you highlight the state schools if US News and put them in consecutive order.
 
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Dr. Donkey said:
Yes, you highlight the state schools if US News and put them in consecutive order.

wow, thanks for your help.
 

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Sorry, that second post was a mistake. I think I tired to edit the first post and screwed up. Definitely made me sound like a bastard though. Don't have time to edit the list for state schools, but I think you know which are and aren't state schools.

1. Harvard University (MA)
2. Washington University in St. Louis
3. Johns Hopkins University (MD)
4. Duke University (NC)
University of Pennsylvania
6. University of California–San Francisco
7. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
8. Columbia U. College of Physicians and Surgeons (NY)
Stanford University (CA)
10. University of Washington
Yale University (CT)
12. Cornell University (Weill) (NY)
13. Baylor College of Medicine (TX)
14. University of California–Los Angeles (Geffen)
15. University of Pittsburgh
Vanderbilt University (TN)
17. University of California–San Diego
U. of Texas Southwestern Medical Center–Dallas
19. Emory University (GA)
20. Northwestern University (Feinberg) (IL)
University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill
22. Mayo Medical School (MN)
University of Chicago
24. Case Western Reserve University (OH)
25. University of Alabama–Birmingham
University of Virginia
University of Wisconsin–Madison
28. Mount Sinai School of Medicine (NY)
University of Iowa (Roy J. & Lucille A. Carver)
30. New York University
31. University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
32. University of Rochester (NY)
University of Southern California
34. Dartmouth Medical School (NH)
Oregon Health & Science University
University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
37. Yeshiva University (Albert Einstein) (NY)
38. Ohio State University
39. Indiana University–Indianapolis
40. Tufts University (MA)
University of Florida
Wake Forest University (NC)
43. Boston University
Brown University (RI)
Georgetown University (DC)
University of Cincinnati
University of Maryland
48. University of Utah
49. University of California–Davis
50. Jefferson Medical College (PA)
Medical College of Wisconsin
University of Miami (FL)


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wow, thanks for your help.
 
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Dr. Donkey said:
Sorry, that second post was a mistake. I think I tired to edit the first post and screwed up. Definitely made me sound like a bastard though. Don't have time to edit the list for state schools, but I think you know which are and aren't state schools.

1. Harvard University (MA)
2. Washington University in St. Louis
3. Johns Hopkins University (MD)
4. Duke University (NC)
University of Pennsylvania
6. University of California–San Francisco
7. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
8. Columbia U. College of Physicians and Surgeons (NY)
Stanford University (CA)
10. University of Washington
Yale University (CT)
12. Cornell University (Weill) (NY)
13. Baylor College of Medicine (TX)
14. University of California–Los Angeles (Geffen)
15. University of Pittsburgh
Vanderbilt University (TN)
17. University of California–San Diego
U. of Texas Southwestern Medical Center–Dallas
19. Emory University (GA)
20. Northwestern University (Feinberg) (IL)
University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill
22. Mayo Medical School (MN)
University of Chicago
24. Case Western Reserve University (OH)
25. University of Alabama–Birmingham
University of Virginia
University of Wisconsin–Madison
28. Mount Sinai School of Medicine (NY)
University of Iowa (Roy J. & Lucille A. Carver)
30. New York University
31. University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
32. University of Rochester (NY)
University of Southern California
34. Dartmouth Medical School (NH)
Oregon Health & Science University
University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
37. Yeshiva University (Albert Einstein) (NY)
38. Ohio State University
39. Indiana University–Indianapolis
40. Tufts University (MA)
University of Florida
Wake Forest University (NC)
43. Boston University
Brown University (RI)
Georgetown University (DC)
University of Cincinnati
University of Maryland
48. University of Utah
49. University of California–Davis
50. Jefferson Medical College (PA)
Medical College of Wisconsin
University of Miami (FL)

Thanks for this list - sorry about rushing to judgment earlier....
 

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I am the best state school :)

Wash U is private; that list is not state schools, its all schools.
 

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University of Washington....great school, great price, great location.
 

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UCSF is world reknowned and is arguable more prestigious than both Duke and Univ of Pennsylvania, schools ranked higher on the USNews list than UCSF. Plus, both the pre-clinical and clinical training is out of this world. The curriculum is awesome, and very student friendly: Class time is limited to 20 hrs/week in the first two years and is pass fail; the last two years are honors, pass/fail and are at amazing facilities, including the world famous UCSF Medical center. Obviously, UCSF is one of my top choices ;) :D
 

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Because I am bored at work I decided to cut all the private schools out of the research rankings of the top 35.

6. University of California–San Francisco
7. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
10. University of Washington
14. University of California–Los Angeles (Geffen)
17. University of California–San Diego
17. U. of Texas Southwestern Medical Center–Dallas
20. University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill
25. University of Alabama–Birmingham
25. University of Virginia
25. University of Wisconsin–Madison
28. University of Iowa (Roy J. & Lucille A. Carver)
31. University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
34. Oregon Health & Science University
34. University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
 

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I would count Baylor too, since 2/3rds of its class are Texas state reidents and they get reduced tuition.
But Baylor still is a private institution, just with extreme preference and rewards for Tx residents.
 

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:laugh: now if we eliminate the state schools who act like pretentious private schools.... :laugh:


waiting....
 

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abraxas20 said:
:laugh: now if we eliminate the state schools who act like pretentious private schools.... :laugh:


waiting....

7. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
10. University of Washington
17. University of California–San Diego
17. U. of Texas Southwestern Medical Center–Dallas
25. University of Alabama–Birmingham
25. University of Wisconsin–Madison
28. University of Iowa (Roy J. & Lucille A. Carver)
31. University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
34. Oregon Health & Science University
34. University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
 

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7. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
10. University of Washington
17. University of California–San Diego
17. U. of Texas Southwestern Medical Center–Dallas
25. University of Alabama–Birmingham
25. University of Wisconsin–Madison
28. University of Iowa (Roy J. & Lucille A. Carver)
31. University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
34. Oregon Health & Science University
34. University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
So UCSF, UCLA, UNC and UVa didn't make that cut? I would have thought UM and their 11.5 MCAT would have been cut as well.
 
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watch Ohio State storm to the top of this list in 5 years. Guaranteed. ;)
 

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Thats what OSU is publicly gunning for, and the major reason they're putting up the new biomedical research tower without designated funding from the university or the state.
 

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Thats what OSU is publicly gunning for, and the major reason they're putting up the new biomedical research tower without designated funding from the university or the state.
They arnt to far off the list, I think they might have been the next public school ranked but I just got bored. Anyway, there is no way they will crack the top 25 no matter how much they try. Remember, the majority of these schools are trying to move up in the rankings. NIH grants are always being stressed for the faculty, new research and med school facilities are always being built, avg stats of students increasing, blah blah.
 

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YzIa said:
They arnt to far off the list, I think they might have been the next public school ranked but I just got bored.
I got bored, so I did all the schools ranked. :)

Here is the ranking for top public research schools ("Public" designation is made by US News.):

6. UCSF
7. U Mich
10. U Washington
14. UCLA
15. U Pitts
17. UCSD & UT-Southwestern
20. UNC-Chapel Hill
25. U Alabama, U Virginia, & U Wisconsin-Madison
28. U Iowa
31. U Colorado
34. Oregon U & U Minnesota-Twin Cities
38. Ohio State
39. Indiana U-Indianapolis
40. U Florida
43. U Cincinnati & U Maryland
48. U Utah
49. UC-Davis
53. UC-Irvine, U Mass-Worcester & UT-Houston
56. SUNY-Stony Brook & UMDNJ-RWJ
59. U Conn
60. VCU-Med College of Virginia
 

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Here is the list for top public primary care schools (I didn't include osteopathic schools):

1. U Washington
2. Oregon U
3. U Mass-Worcester & U Wisconsin-Madison
5. U Minnesota-Duluth & UNC-Chapel Hill
7. UCSD
8. UCSF
9. U Colorado, U Iowa, & U Missouri-Columbia
12. U New Mexico
13. U Minnesota-Twin Cities
16. U Vermont
17. UC-Davis
18. Michigan State
19. E. Carolina U
20. U Nebraska
23. UCLA & U Mich
26. Med U of S. Carolina, U Conn, & U Maryland
30. U Alabama
31. Med College of Georgia, U Pitts, U Utah, & U Virginia
36. E. Tennessee State U & UT-Southwestern
39. S. Illinois U
45. Indiana U-Indianapolis
46. UMDNJ-RWJ
50. Wright State U
51. SUNY-Stony Brook
52. Ohio State, U Arkansas, & U Mississippi
57. E. Virginia Med, UC-Irvine, & U Florida
 

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Dr. Chiquita said:
I got bored, so I did all the schools ranked. :)

Here is the ranking for top public research schools ("Public" designation is made by US News.):

15. U Pitts


Wow, I missed pittsburg on my post. I thought it was private :scared:
 

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YzIa said:
Dr. Chiquita said:
I got bored, so I did all the schools ranked. :)

Here is the ranking for top public research schools ("Public" designation is made by US News.):


15. U Pitts


Wow, I missed pittsburg on my post. I thought it was private :scared:
According to the AAMC U Pitt is private actually, but USNEWS considers it public. Anyone know why ?
 

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YzIa said:
According to the AAMC U Pitt is private actually, but USNEWS considers it public. Anyone know why ?
Do you know if they favor PA residents in admissions? I didn't think they did and I thought it was weird, too.
 

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The University of Pittsburgh is a "state-related" school, meaning it gets some limited amount of funding from the state, but not enough to be considered a state school.

So it shows little if any preference to in-state applicants.
 

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The University of Pittsburgh is a "state-related" school, meaning it gets some limited amount of funding from the state, but not enough to be considered a state school.

So it shows little if any preference to in-state applicants.
Haha, well if thats not confusing I don't know what is! I thought a lot of private schools get some(limitted) funding from the state.