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do nyu students get into ms after dds?

Discussion in 'International Dental' started by ganesha, Apr 22, 2004.

  1. ganesha

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    hi........

    i just want to know whether nyu students get into ms programms after
    dds................some body told me that, they are very few chances to get in.
    i want to confirm it from my sdn friends....appreciate the feedbacks
     
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  3. Meggs

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    I bet NYU post graduate programs will take them! :D

    Nahh, don't listen. Some people just repeat what they hear, not knowing what they're doing.

    Probably Columbia and Harvard graduates get in easier, but it isn't like NYU graduates aren't going anywhere.
     
  4. SiMpLy IrReSiStAbLe

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    I dont think it matters which school u come from, as long as it is accredited by the ada.
    it is the students performance that matters, what percentile of the class u stand in, ur gpa, board scores, etc.. are all what matter.
    nyu is supposed to have the largest number of patient pool in the whole of US, and that gives NYU students a whole lot of clinical exposure.
    and infact there are quite a few changes the DDS program at NYU has undergone, and their current program is very stringent.
    The last accreditation inspection, NYU got many commendations and 0 recommendations. (I read about this one of the posts on the dental forum).
     
  5. ganesha

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    thks for feed back....i appreciate the answers and they are very encouraging.
    all the best for u guys.

    hi itsme.....

    why is it zero recommendatoin
     
  6. SiMpLy IrReSiStAbLe

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    it is good to have no recommendations. that means that they are happy with the existing system and they do not recommend anything else to improve.
     

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