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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by Kevin3Ford, Nov 27, 1999.

  1. Kevin3Ford

    Kevin3Ford Junior Member

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    Does anyone know which schools near Virginia tend to look favorably at non-traditional students that are out-of-state applicants? Price is also a consideration! Any help is greatly appreciated!

    In addition, what are the considerations for DO residency? Is it based on available slots and grades? Is it competitive? I am interested in Pediatrics and Ortho. surgery.
     
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  3. Mayqswet

    Mayqswet Senior Member

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    Unfortunately, price is going to be an issue at every DO school, except for Michigan, Ohio and Texas residents. Also, since there are only 19 schools, most DO applicants are 'out of state' but Pikeville does say that they favor those from the Southern Appilachian region.

    For more information on DO rotating internships and residency programs go to
    http://www.osteosource.com/postgrad.html

    Good luck,

    Phillip Snider, MS, RD
    UNECOM '04
     
  4. Boomer

    Boomer Supreme Sooner Member

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    Hey Phillip,

    Don't forget OSU-COM for Okies!!!!

    Also, Nova gives a tuition break to in-staters, but it's still pretty pricey even for Floridans.

    Brad

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  5. RDO

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    There's also a tuition break at UMDNJ-SOM, but it's still pretty expensive for in-staters; about $15,500/yr., I think.
     

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