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Brandeis vs. Duquesne Post bacc programs

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regent08

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Hello there,

I am having a great deal of trouble deciding which school to go to for my post-bacc education. I've been accepted to Chapman University (in Orange, CA), Brandeis University, and Duquesne University.

I think I have narrowed it down to Brandeis and Duquesne because I feel like they have more established and structured classes, but I'm having a LOT of trouble deciding between these two. Brandeis seems to have a better location (I'm coming from California), but location isn't really the big factor for me since the program is only one or two years. However, Duquesne appeals to me because I could possibly get my Master's there (I should hear soon if I was accepted to that program, but they told me that usually people do), and if I get the Master's I would be able to have something to fall back on if med school doesn't work out. So I guess what it comes down to is which school I would perform better academically because for me what's really important is bringing up my science GPA. Does anyone know which school might have a better quality of education or classes that I would better succeed in? Or if anyone knows anything about the programs as a whole and the helpfulness in preparing you for med school and/or the MCAT, I would REALLY appreciate it. I have to tell them in about a week and a half, so I've been stressing a lot about this decision!

Thank you in advance for any help!
 

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Or if people could rate their experiences at either Brandeis or Duquesne on the "Rate your post-bacc" post, that would be wonderful!
 
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