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BU's MA in Medical Science program

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Fixed Gear, Mar 27, 2002.

  1. Fixed Gear

    Fixed Gear Highly Acetylated Locus
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    welp, I am just gonna throw this out there.....

    I DID NOT GET INTO ANY MEDICAL SCHOOLS

    well, that feels better. a slight load off the chest. I am considering the MA in Medical science program at BU (actually, I already applied, so i guess "considering" isn't the....mot juste...) and I was wondering if
    1. anyone else here is going to apply
    2. Anyone has already applied (and when)

    and for those who answered to #2....
    3. When did you hear from them, if you already have

    I am considering some other options. the biggest problem is that my lease is up soon and if I want to stay in Boston, i need to find somewhere else to live with my roomate or let him know I'm not staying here

    Peace Out
    Candiria: A Work In Progress
     
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  3. CoffeeCat

    CoffeeCat SDN Angel
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    Hi Candiria! I really don't know anything about BU's program, but I have been researching Georgetown's Masters in Physio (aka get you into med school program). The things I like about it are that you can take classes with med students, their goal is to get you into med school, they've been around awhile, and ~80% of the people who take it eventually get into med school. Here are two links that might help:

    <a href="http://www.go.to/physio" target="_blank">GTown Physio</a>
    <a href="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/physios" target="_blank">Physio Discussion</a>

    Hope these help!!
     
  4. Fixed Gear

    Fixed Gear Highly Acetylated Locus
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    Bumping and/or grinding

    I think this topic will get more relevant now that the summer is (nearly) upon us.

    Peace out
     

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