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Arashi83

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Hi all, I know this has been asked before, but I can't find a ranking of D-Schools. If anyone has the rankings could you please post. THank you.
 

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Hi all, I know this has been asked before, but I can't find a ranking of D-Schools. If anyone has the rankings could you please post. THank you.

You might want to do a search, but to save you time there are no rankings.
 
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Hi all, I know this has been asked before, but I can't find a ranking of D-Schools. If anyone has the rankings could you please post. THank you.

here are the top 10:

1. the cheapest school you get into
2. doesn't matter
3. doesn't matter
4. doesn't matter
5. doesn't matter
6. doesn't matter
7. doesn't matter
8. doesn't matter
9. doesn't matter
10. doesn't matter.
 
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I think the last rankings were done back in the mid 90's....
 

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That is because Temple was number 1 for so long, they felt bad and asked that the rankings be done away with so all the dental schools would fill up every year. :D
 

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I thought San antonio was at the top, before they stop ranking.
 

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here are the top 10:

1. the cheapest school you get into
2. doesn't matter
3. doesn't matter
4. doesn't matter
5. doesn't matter
6. doesn't matter
7. doesn't matter
8. doesn't matter
9. doesn't matter
10. doesn't matter.

:thumbup: unless you've been offered scholarships and financial assistances by the private D's.
 

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here are the top 10:

1. the cheapest school you get into
2. doesn't matter
3. doesn't matter
4. doesn't matter
5. doesn't matter
6. doesn't matter
7. doesn't matter
8. doesn't matter
9. doesn't matter
10. doesn't matter.

yup :thumbup:
 

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i dont get it. why is it the cheapest school u get into?

ur dental education is a long term investment.....shouldnt u want to go to someplace good even tho it means its more expensive?

i still think prestige still bring some benefits later on....ie getting into speciality programs.
 

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But most of us arent going into specialties. Statistically.
 
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jackbauer!

i dont get it. why is it the cheapest school u get into?

ur dental education is a long term investment.....shouldnt u want to go to someplace good even tho it means its more expensive?

i still think prestige still bring some benefits later on....ie getting into speciality programs.

put down the glass of pre-dent koolaid. name of school means nothing in dentistry & very little in medicine. business & law, on the other hand, name of school is Everything.

you can specialize anywhere you go if you're motivated. end of story.

jb!:)
 

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i still think prestige still bring some benefits later on....ie getting into speciality programs.

there's probably some truth to that... i don't think it's matters that much though. i'd imagine board scores and LORs are most important at that point.
 

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yes if u have motivation u will succeed. theres no doubt about that.

however, with the SAME amount of motivation, would a student achieve more at a better but more expensive school. personally, i think yes. what do other ppl think?

yes, prestige doesnt matter to most pts because they can care less where u got ur dental education. however, pts do know which dentist is good. so, do you think certain schools produce better dentist over others if all the students had the same motivation, work ethic, etc.
 

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Since everyone is asking....here is what it was like when dental schools were ranked.





1994 U.S. News Top 12

  1. San Antonio
  2. North Carolina
  3. Iowa
  4. Michigan
  5. Washington
  6. Buffalo
  7. Alabama
  8. UCSF
  9. Indiana
  10. Maryland
  11. Minnesota
  12. UCLA
 

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Haha. Of course you'd use this one. Note UNC. :D . Here is Gourman's latest rankings (1992). Note Harvard is #1.

  1. Harvard (If you have an ego go here. They accept the best!)
  2. UCSF - (good reputation but students don't speak highly of their school)
  3. Michigan
  4. Columbia
  5. Penn (In a bad neighborhood)
  6. UCLA (in a very rich neighborhood)
  7. Ohio State
  8. Tufts - (OK place according to one student)
  9. NYU (even the students say "don't come here")
  10. Minnesota- (if you like the cold go here. Good school)
  11. Illinois
  12. Washington (highly prefers in-state residents)
  13. Buffalo (do you know how cold it gets there?)
  14. Temple (Nice school but in a dumpy neighborhood, otherwise a must apply)
  15. Creighton
  16. USC (In bad neighborhood and had a poor CA licensure pass rate in the year 2001)
  17. Marquette
  18. Case Western (spoke with some people and they enjoyed their experience)
  19. Pitt (good experience, but many patients opt for extractions...poor patients)
  20. North Carolina
  21. NOVA - (new school in Florida. One student claims it's nice. Let's wait for them to work out some bugs)
  22. Indiana
  23. Iowa (have new sim lab)
  24. Stony Brook
  25. Baylor (good school, housing is easy to find close by)
  26. San Antonio (good school)
  27. Oregon
  28. Louisville
  29. Boston U. (private and expensive. A must apply for those with shaky stats)
  30. University of Pacific (expensive , but only 3 years! Everyone I know loved it there)
Since everyone is asking....here is what it was like when dental schools were ranked.





1994 U.S. News Top 12
  1. San Antonio
  2. North Carolina
  3. Iowa
  4. Michigan
  5. Washington
  6. Buffalo
  7. Alabama
  8. UCSF
  9. Indiana
  10. Maryland
  11. Minnesota
  12. UCLA
 

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This subject has been beat to death so many times before. There are no rankings, and when they were performed the criteria was highly subjective, which is one of the reasons why the ADA does not support them. Closing.
 
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