straight Dartmouth. the Dartmouth/Brown programs is a nice opporunity but seeing that I'm concerned with a class size of 80, to be a class of 15 would probably be tougher for me. I realize that it's not really a class of 15 but I was concerned with having to move again after two years and essentially starting over again.Originally posted by absolutezero
BTW, did you get into straight Dartmouth or Dartmouth/Brown?
Congratulations!! I'll look forward to seeing you here next fall. DMS is a great placeOriginally posted by DMBUGA34
I just got accepted!! After months of waiting I'm so happy I received good news!
I'm almost certain I'll be at Hanover next fall. Sadly I can't make it to second look weekend since I'll be at a wedding, but I'll be interested in hearing how it goes. I got into the straight Dartmouth program, I love skiing, love small classes and I'm only 22. TheRussian, since I've already met you, you have to choose Dartmouth. I'd love to know someone when I get there !!
Woohooo, I'm so excited!
Hi there!Originally posted by TheRussian
I just heard back from Dartmouth. I got accepted!!! I'm so happy, still kind of shock. Didn't think I would.
I tried to find an "OFFICIAL" dartmouth thread but there doesn't appear to be one so I'll post my questions here
I have a couple of concerns about the school though as of right now it's the best school I have been accepted too.
My concerns are that the class is too small and that the average age for last year's class was 27. I'm only 21 so I'm a bit worried about this. What do you guys think about this?
Hope to see you for second look weekend.
Congrats Man, this will make your life a lot easier I imagine. It seems more likely everyday that I'll end up there.DMBUGA34 said:TheRussian, since I've already met you, you have to choose Dartmouth. I'd love to know someone when I get there !!
Woohooo, I'm so excited!
The new grad student housing is literally across the street from the medical school - the farthest appartments are a 5-minute walk away. From what I've seen visiting people, the apartments are very nice: The bedrooms seem to be spacious, but the living areas are a little small. Again, the location is great, and the places are really nice (as in new, clean, and aesthetically attractive).DMBUGA34 said:ironey - I heard there are new graduate student apartments, can you tell me a little bit about those? Like, how hard they are to get, and if they're worth the money. Also, what are some places you recommend?