Well, I was just accepted to Dalhousie University Dental School, in Halifax, Nova Scotia last week, and I thought I better make my first post. I am from the states and interviewed at VCU, Louisville, Indiana, and Dalhousie. So far Dalhousie is my first acceptance. I really liked Dalhousie when I interviewed there and think it will be an excellent place to go. They have a small class size of 34-36 students and you get a lot of personal attention from the instructors. I am for sure coming back to the states to practice once I graduate. I will take the U.S. written national boards (same as everyone else) after my second year, and then take the Western regional clinical boards after the 4th year. I am confident that I will receive just as good of a dental school education and experience if not better than if at U.S. school. I also wanted to get the word out to everyone applying next year to check the school out. They accept at least 30 Canadians and now 6 U.S. (or international) students a year. I have several friends from the states there now in their first, second, and third year, and they all love it there. Lots of good fishing and outdoor stuff to do. Dalhousie's web address is http://www.dentistry.dal.ca/ I am interested to hear what other people have head or know of Dalhousie, especially any Canadians who are familiar with the school and Halifax area. I would love to hear any feedback. Oh, I know someone would ask, so my stats are: GPA 3.0, DAT 18aa/18ts/18pat. With awesome experience and service/extracurricular activities.