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developing bfs/gfs as a result of acceptance???

poloace

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    hey-
    has anyone here noticed an increase in the number of women/men chasing them now that they've been accepted into med school? i've heard stories from physicians... but, i'm wondering if anyone recently accepted has had it happen to them.

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    Diogenes

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      I think this phenomenon may be limited in that once a person is accepted to med school they will be relocating soon. And note, the phenomenon in question is a change/increase in the number of people hitting on the pre-med. A lot of pre-meds do pretty well to begin with.

      I have not heard of this happening to any of my friends, and it did not happen to me.
       
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        Originally posted by Diogenes
        I think this phenomenon may be limited in that once a person is accepted to med school they will be relocating soon. And note, the phenomenon in question is a change/increase in the number of people hitting on the pre-med. A lot of pre-meds do pretty well to begin with.

        I have not heard of this happening to any of my friends, and it did not happen to me.

        How come I did not know about about it? I missed a lot of things then. :(
         
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