So it has come down to this. I have the extreme honor and privilege to decide between a few favorable institutions. What I need an opinion on now is how to decide between these choices. Here is how I see it so far with the ones that I have been accepted to: 1. UHS COM - This school was quite impressive with materials sent and the presentation on the day of the interview. Talking with students also gave me the impression they loved going there and the facilities were impressive. Downside was that it is not in a great area and they have just changed the curriculum that will have to be experimented with to see if it is a better system. 2. Nova Southeastern COM ? I also liked this school upon visiting it and the students were extremely helpful and nice even though they had a major exam in a few hours. I heard nothing of the problems that I read on the discussion board for that school but it does concern me. As for the interview process, I found it to be quite harmless and Dr. Terry did not grill me on anything, which I can?t say for the rest of the people in my group. I know a doctor that graduated from there and she?s a great person so that helps. And lastly, you can?t beat the weather. 3. AZCOM ? This school is very new with the first graduating class just coming this past May and that concerns me since there is no track record. The college itself was very nice and new of course, but there was construction still happening and most of the surrounding land was barren, which bodes for more construction in the future. The facilities they did have were great, even with the less-than-informative tour I received. I did like the fact that rotations were ambulatory based and the surrounding area was nice. 4. Allopathic schools - I won?t talk about this since this is an osteopathic board and I am leaning toward osteopathy but if anyone has reason for the contrary I will be happy to listen. That is how I see it so far. They are all great schools which is why it is such a hard decision. Any contribution would help and I would like to hear from anyone that has been to these schools on how they would choose or have any additional information.